UK University Minister says dissatisfied students need to apply for a refund

British University Minister Michelle Donelan encourages students to apply for a refund of the course if they are not satisfied.

Donneran said students must “absolutely” apply for a refund, adding: They pay a fair amount of money, which is an investment in their lives. They deserve the complaint. “

Talking to The Daily Telegraph, Donneran said there were “tens of thousands” of refunds given to students by the office of the Independent Judge during the pandemic.

She also criticized the high deputy prime minister’s salary, the “Mickey Mouse” course, and colleges that have not returned to face-to-face learning.

“I really had to tell the Deputy Prime Minister. As the Prime Minister outlined, we now have to learn to live with this virus, so you promised your students You need to make sure you do it.

“We have to go back to pre-pandemic life. Risk assessment cannot be used as an excuse not to host face-to-face education. Students [vaccination] statistics. “

Donneran said she wouldn’t defend the deputy prime minister’s salary, which she called “a stunning wonder,” and said dropout rates for some courses were as high as 40 percent.

“The university lures students to the front door and says it’s social mobility. In fact, it doesn’t help anyone,” she said.

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