Unhappy by degrees

14th August 2009 at 01:00
College and university divide

Students studying degrees in colleges continue to report lower levels of satisfaction than their counterparts in university, the annual student satisfaction survey reveals. With 76 per cent of students saying they were satisfied overall, the same as last year, colleges lag behind universities. There the figure is 81 per cent, despite a drop of one percentage point since 2008.

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