Value for money performance measures
Strategic objective 4:
‘All students, from all backgrounds, receive value for money.’
We have one strategic outcome under this strategic objective, and one key performance measure (KPM) to help us demonstrate progress against it.
Strategic outcome: higher education delivers value for money for students, graduates, taxpayers and employers, especially in the form of positive student outcomes.
19. Student and key stakeholder perceptions of value for money
‘Considering the costs and benefits of university, do you think it offers good value for money?’
Undergraduate students who answered ‘Yes’:
Value for money has no fixed definition – it means different things to different people, and may well shift over time.
Tracking perceptions of the value for money of higher education will allow us to monitor progress without imposing our own definition on students.
We welcome feedback on the key performance measures, including on our overall approach and on individual measures. If you have any comments or queries, please contact Josh Fleming at [email protected].
If you have any queries about the statistics published as KPMs, please contact Hannah White at [email protected].
The Office for Students is committed to following the Code of Practice for Statistics for the statistics it produces. See more information and our statistics release schedule.
If you have any other questions or complaints about statistics produced by the Office for Students, please contact Mark Gittoes, Head of Profession for Statistics, at [email protected] or call 0117 931 7052.
09 July 2020
- Update on specification timescales for KPM 19
18 December 2019
- Specification dates updated
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