Value for money? ask the government about that one, what choice do we have? Teaching quality is brilliant, we have leading lecturers in their field who are engaging and informative. Personal tutor is great, although they could do more for exam and essay prep. Course content is outstanding, covers everything from ancient islamic manuscripts to postmodernism, celtic high crosses to buddhist relics and the Italian renaissance to post-impressionism, I can't say much about job prospects as I have not looked that far ahed.
The professors are almost always good except a few. The first year course content is a bit boring because it is a survey course but it gets better once you enter honors. There are more Jon prospects than you would think, from auctioneer to gallery curator.