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Refunds for strike hit UNI students?

Refunds for strike hit UNI students?

The universities minister says students whose courses have been disrupted by the university strike should receive compensation for lost classes.

Sam Gyimah said this could mean a refund on tuition fees or rearranging cancelled lectures.

At the launch of a new higher education regulator, Mr Gyimah told universities this was the "age of the student" and they deserved better value for money.

King's College London says it will have a fund to compensate students.

The university says that it will ring-fence any savings from staff pay on strike days and use the money to "offset the impact of the strike on our students".

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