Over the past two decades, government policy has supported the development of a market in higher education. Whilst reforms have delivered benefits to students in terms of access and choice, they have also increased costs and introduced new risks.
In 2014, Which? conducted research to explore what students think about their higher education experiences. This revealed a number of areas of concern.
This report highlights those concerns and considers whether the market is delivering value for money from the student perspective. It makes a number of recommendations to improve information and advice, consumer protection,and regulation in the market.
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