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Are students customers

Are students customers - 1 Are students'customers A...

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1 Are students 'customers'? A customer refers to a current or potential buyer or user of the products of an individual or organization, called the supplier, seller, or vendor. This is typically through purchasing or renting goods or services. However, in certain contexts, the term customer also includes by extension any entity that uses or experiences the services of another. Schools have two purposes, first, it is education. And the second is to introduce position or practice to students after they graduate so they can use their educations to build careers and lives. So the problem should be if students are “customers”. In my opinion, it depends. Students are “customers” First of all, students are the customers to the university because they provide the money necessary for the functioning of the university. Tuition is what allows a university to train and educate, as well as research. This is why classes should be taught based on student schedules, not faculty schedules.
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