A fifth of students believe that teaching standards at their university are poor, according to research.
A survey of 3,400 undergraduates by the website Student Hut found that 19.6 per are unimpressed by lectures and seminars.
Some 20.8 per cent believe that levels of support available outside of timetables sessions was lacking, it emerged.
Dan Lever, founder of Student Hut, which is a Trip Advisor-style website enabling students to rate their degree, said many students “feel that their experiences are not living up to the expectations they were sold in brochures”.
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