Quantity is not a good indicator of quality, I wouldn't claim otherwise (except in certain circumstances, where it is).
And if you contract for something, and don't receive what you've agreed upon, you've been wronged.
However, if you've agreed to a contract ... and suddenly you're not happy with the terms ... it sounds like the other party isn't the one with the problem. If you had an implicit understanding that was contrary to the explicit contract with a university, and your notion of what you deserve is different from the facts, well ... I feel bad for you. But I don't think you automatically deserve something more.
I don't disagree with your statement about quality, and I think you are correct that a university should train you in that field. I think you're wrong though - If a university is clear in what they are offering, and you don't want that BUT still went ahead with the relationship? Well ... it's a bad relationship, and you can always leave, but you can't blame the university for letting you in.