In Sweden, you can now get a refund for sub-standard teaching at your university

A Swedish top court has now set a precedent that will give international students the right to claim refunds if their universities do not provide quality teaching.

According to The Local, the precedent was set when an American student Connie Dickinson, who was studying Analytical Finance at Mälardalens högskola in Västerås, sued the institution after it was judged to be of “insufficient quality” by Sweden’s higher education authority (UKÄ).

In Sweden, you can now get a refund for sub-standard teaching at your university

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