Alex Neill, Director of Policy and Campaigns, said:
“Our research has shown that students struggle to obtain the information they need to make informed decisions about university choices. We welcome measures to give students more insight into student experience, teaching standards and value for money.
“These proposals could not only drive up standards, but could also empower students ahead of one of the biggest financial decisions of their lives.”
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