What do the University generally do when students complain about its lecturer? Just curious
From I heard, US Universities normally fire their lecturers immediately after a number of students make a complaint, do they?
I ask so because I am now going to make a law suit to my MSc Finance Programme (UK University) for neglecting to deal with the students' complaint properly. 90% of the class informed the programme director that one of the lecturer in the class totally sucks. His lectures are not comprehensible. Every single lecture note contains so many mis-typos. His method of assessment is unclear (he never states or clarifies how he marks the papers). Last year, his exam answers contain so many errors that they don't know how to deal with that and just let everyone in the programme past the course.
Later, I just know the reason behind this. The programme director is doing his PhD with that course lecturer
I wonder whether this is the case in US?
I am now considering suing the University for wasting my time, my money, and most importantly, my future. I would be really appreciated if you guys can give me some advice about this.