UK student satisfaction collapses as pandemic drags on

From Times Higher Education: ”Nearly one in three students at UK universities considered quitting their course during the pandemic, says a major new study that reveals the extent of undergraduate dissatisfaction with online teaching. … Reversing a trend that had seen undergraduate degree satisfaction rise steadily in recent years, this year’s Student Academic Experience Survey found 44 per cent of students felt their course represented ‘poor or very poor value’ compared with 29 per cent with that perception in 2019. Only 27 per cent felt their course was ‘good or very good’ value for money – down from 41 per cent in 2019, says the report published on 24 June.”

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