HEPI/HEA Student Academic Experience Survey 2016




Academic Student Experience 2016YouthSight has been carrying out important research for Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and the Higher Education Academy (HEA) since 2006.

This on-going research study shows how full-time undergraduates rate their time in higher education and their attitudes towards policy issues that impact upon them.

Fieldwork and data analysis services for the study were once again provided by YouthSight using their 86,000 large student sample - part of The OpinionPanel Community, the UK’s largest youth research community and access panel.

Students were quizzed about fees, value for money, quality of staff and teaching, well being and policy options. Generally, the large majority of students (85%) are satisfied with their course, although students' perception of value for money continued to fall.

Click here for full results from the survey.

Click here to see data from 2015



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