I decided to work out how much my university costs per hour. At the LSE you have 4 hours of class a week, we also have 8 hours of lectures, but I don't go to any because for my subjects I think they're useless, i'd rather read my course book for an hour. We have 23 classes per subject per year and I have 4 subjects so thats 102 classes a year. Each class is actually only 50 minutes so we have time to get between classes, which is bull shit because theres only 4 classes a week so thats only 85 hours a year. Tuition is 15000 a year. I pay 176.47 pounds per hour of my education, which is basically having a first years masters student from some other school in london like brunell who most of the time has forgotten the details of his first year of university education and always gets confused and this is assuming I have perfect attendance, which I don't so in reality it's probably over 200 quid an hour for really shit teaching. Am incredibly russled, could do this at home with just my course books and commute to school for the exams. Also this isn't taking into account this 336 quid a week I need for accommodation and food.