Share of parents who view university as being poor value for money, 2015

Percentage of parents who feel a university education offers poor value for money in selected countries in 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 15, 2015
Share of parents who view university as being poor value for money, 2015 This statistic shows the share of parents in selected countries who consider university to be poor value for money by country, as of April 2015. 72 percent of parents in Taiwan considered university to be poor value for money.
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Percentage of parents who feel a university education offers poor value for money in selected countries in 2015

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