Students complain of 'poor value for money' courses
Almost one in three first year students at UK universities say their courses are not good value, suggests a study.
Dissatisfaction grew when fees rose for English students, say researchers for consumer watchdog Which? and the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi).
The report highlights big variations in teaching time with students at some universities getting twice as much as those doing the same subject elsewhere.
Rachel Wenstone of the National Union of Students and Alex Bols of the 1994 Group spoke to the BBC.