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October, 04, 2011

University courses ‘not worth £9,000 a year’

A clear majority of undergraduates believe their university course would be “poor value for money” if they were paying £9,000 a year, according to a report out today.

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  1. Mike Hunt

    If you ask me £9000 a year is a load of bollocks. basically whoever the orangutan was whodrreamt this up needs to go and take a good long look at himself if he thinks this is acceptable.

  2. Hanon

    £9000 a year? I went to one of the top 100 universities in the world, and just under £2000 a year was outrageous for the poor standard of tuition there, when there was any.