Is the Demand-Driven System in Unis Demanding for Students?

A report from the Productivity Commission looked at the demand-driven enrolment system used by universities, and it’s raised some concerns over the support uni students get in their education. They found that students who enrolled with the demand-driven system had a drop-out rate of 22 per cent. This cohort also entered university with lower literacy and numeracy on average.

The Daily spoke to Desiree Cai, President of the National Students Union, about the implications this system has for our uni students.

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