Why are students paying over £9000 a year for a predominantly online degree? Why are fees so expensive? Whose responsibility is it to ensure quality is upheld or to provide refunds? For the opening event of our Academic Rep Conference, guest speaker Jim Dickinson will be presenting a talk on the debate around tuition fees and value for money in universities.
This is an excellent opportunity to hear a fantastic speaker and gain a real insight into one of the most contested debates in the Higher Education sector right now.
This event is open to all students - you do not have to be an academic rep to attend!
Jim has over 20 years’ experience in the Higher Education sector, especially involving the representation of students. This includes being the former director of NUS (National Union of Students) and undertaking the role of CEO at UEA University, amongst many other things. He displays expert knowledge of the Higher Education sector and this knowledge will be invaluable in providing students with some in-depth information and context around the debate of tuition fees and the fairness and quality of value for money for students.
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