Achieving value for money from higher education

By Sonia Sodha – An assumption in the UK Government’s higher education reforms is that students will behave as savvy consumers, making informed choices that will drive up quality and value for money in the market. However our research shows that, as is the case across other markets, students are not the rational decision-makers that economic theory suggests. Two years into the higher fee regime and we are already seeing signs of a problem, with a third of students saying […]

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