Students 'in charge' of universities - what happens? Watch

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Universities minister Sam Gyimah has said we are now in the "age of the student" - where universities must impress their students, rather than the other way around. (more about this in the educational debate forum)

It's an interesting idea that further pushes the idea of students as consumers. So what happens if students are in charge? What would you want to see change?
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Universities minister Sam Gyimah has said we are now in the "age of the student" - where universities must impress their students, rather than the other way around. (more about this in the educational debate forum)

It's an interesting idea that further pushes the idea of students as consumers. So what happens if students are in charge? What would you want to see change?
Bit like putting users in charge of TSR.
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