Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why should English students study in mainland Europe? Why don’t they?

This is a topic which has been making more more and frequent appearances in the British media. The arguments against English students reading for a degree in Scandinavia, Germany, or the Netherlands, for example, used to be pretty strong. Over the … Continue reading

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Are students customers? ‘Yeah, but no, but…’

I’ve written about the equity of tuition fees before, and this blog looks at a secondary issue to do with fees. That is, that students who pay for their studies are the universities’ customers. This topic has been around for … Continue reading

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