Tuesday, 6 February 2007

Every little helps!

This has been bouncing round internally for a week or so but it's finally getting some exposure.

1 careful considerations:

kat said...

Each £2.50 voucher is worth £10.00 towards an OU course. That's a difference of £7.50 and I can't help but wonder who is going to pay it or stand the loss. Tesco, the OU or me?
If the OU get a lot of new students, it should - I suppose - enable them to keep the fees low for Tesco customers.
What will happen if the vouchers are used mainly by existing OU students rather than new ones and overall registrations do not increase?