May 16, 2013
Hot off the press! We’ve just released our Digital Campus 2013 report, which reveals that universities still have a way to go in making students feel they are getting value for money following the tuition fees rise.
Specifically, students from this year’s intake are pinpointing the provision of suitable libraries and technology as the main areas needing improvement, with two-thirds (63%) saying they expected to have access to more support facilities and services than they are actually getting.
Despite the fact that 96% of students said the number one reason they chose to go to university was to increase their chances of getting a job when they graduate, only a third (33%) think their university will help them do this now.
As a result, we are calling on Vice Chancellors to review their ICT strategies to help live up to their student’s digital demands. Click on the infographic below to view all the key findings in detail:
For more information on how Adobe can help institutions live up to student demands visit www.adobe.com/uk/education.