Birmingham complaint

October 26, 2007

Birmingham University arts graduates have hit out over their lack of contact with academics, claiming that some students receive as little as two hours' supervised teaching a week.

According to The Birmingham Post , one former student said: "I would have had more supervision with the Open University."

The university said that "learning outcomes" were more important than time spent with lecturers.

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