"Thousands of the cheapest university places are not being filled following the introduction of varied fees due to potential students worrying that their cut-price status means the courses are not worth the money."
Highlights of 2012 and looking forward to 2013, with QAA Chief Executive Anthony McClaran
In the last QAA podcast of 2012, Chief Executive Anthony McClaran highlights the successes and challenges of what has been a very significant year for QAA, and talks about the Agency's aims and aspirations for 2013. Asking the questions is QAA's George Gigney.
"Welcome to the Quality Code website redevelopment blog. This blog is run by a team in QAA currently working on developing a new interactive web platform to support the UK Quality Code for Higher Education"
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