Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Winning student blogger suggests pay as you go lectures

The winner of a student writing competition, Luke Braidwood, says that “Pay-as-you-go lectures would give us real choice. Turn us into consumers if you must, but at least give us the right to decide what we pay for.”

The writing competition launched by the Education Guardian and Ones to Watch, the website that showcases the best UK student journalism, asked the question:

"With fees tripling to £9,000 a year at most universities, is it inevitable that the student will become a consumer?"

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Click here to read Luke’s entry.

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