Thu 13 August 2015, The Independent

Over half of the first graduates paying £9,000 a year think they did not get value for money

By Richard Garner
More than half the class of 2015 - the first to graduate under the £9,000 a year fees regime - believe they failed to get value for money from their courses, according to a new survey.
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