Survey of Welsh adults for the National Union of Students Wales on priorities for the Welsh Government with regard to the university and college education system
- There is widespread public support for investment in students and education, with 70% of the Welsh public saying that reducing tuition fees should be an important Welsh Government priority.
- Almost two-thirds (63%) say the same about increased financial support for students’ living costs.
- Three in five (59%) say that prioritising support for part-time education, adult learning, and supporting college education and prospective college students rather than full time university education should be an important Welsh Government priority.
Date Published: 27/11/2015
Categories: Education | GB | Public and communities
Client: National Union of Students Wales
ComRes interviewed 250 Welsh adults aged 18+ online between the 14th and 18th October 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of the Welsh public by age, gender and SEG.