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Students do not believe universities offer value for money

05 August 2019   (0 Comments)
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Institute of Student Employers (ISE) and student marketing agency Hype Collective conducted a research into what students want in a graduate job.

The Work Issue shows that most undergraduates do not believe universities offer value for money. 

Despite the perception among students that their degrees do not offer good value, 95% of surveyed said  they hadn’t considered an apprenticeship as a viable alternative.

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