Student facilities

August 31, 2007

Adam Farley (Letters, August 17) suggests that Edge Hill University should invest in student facilities.

Perhaps the £60 million we have spent on campus developments over the past decade and the £220 million planned for the future will reassure him that investing in the student experience is at the heart of what we do.

We do not have a " £2 million marketing campaign", although, like most higher education institutions, we do invest in communication with potential students. Farley's own institution's extensive internet advertising is one example of this phenomenon.

Roy Bayfield
Director of corporate marketing
Edge Hill University

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