The rubbish institutions and courses are a minority but that doesn’t mean they aren’t a problem. One way that quality tertiary providers could stand out is by providing a guarantee like the University of Law which promises a refund of half the student’s fees if they don’t secure a job within 9 months of leaving.
In New Zealand many students are told that their courses will lead to a job and that their money will buy a quality education. How about backing those promises with a meaningful guarantee? If the providers refuse, what does this say about quality?