Meeting the challenge of heightened expectations: how universities can enhance the student experience

By Paul Marshall – The passage of new tuition fee legislation in December 2010 will be marked for future generations as a turning point in the history of the UK HE sector.  The merits of the withdrawal of the state from the blanket subsidy of undergraduate degree programs and the transfer of the costs to the student has been much discussed, debated, argued and indeed, rioted upon. These debates, however, have created a foggy cloud under which the wider debate […]

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