Four in 10 students say university not good value in survey by ComRes
Four in 10 of the first students to pay higher fees do not believe their courses have been good value for money, a survey for BBC Radio 5 live suggests.
Just over half say their university course has been good value and about 8% are undecided.
The survey of 1,004 final-year students also shows 46% would do the same course again.
Universities UK said the last national student survey found 86% of students were satisfied with their course.
The survey, carried out by ComRes from 1-7 May, focused on undergraduates in their final year of degree courses in 2015.
These students were the first to pay higher fees of up to £9,000 per year, after the price of university tuition trebled in 2012. Many commentators predicted there would be a fall in student numbers but this did not happen.
The survey found there were differences of opinion between students doing different types of courses.
Source: BBC Education
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