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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.

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

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Release date

July 2015



Survey time period

March and April 2015

Number of respondents

5,550 parents

Supplementary notes

Figures are based on those collected from Ipsos MORI for HSBC.

Interviews were conducted in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the UK and the US.

The percentage of parents shown is the share of repsondents who answered fairly or very poor value for money to the question: "Do you think a university education in your country offers good value for money, or not?"

China is not shown as data was not available

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