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CLOSING DOWN SALE FOR GRADUATE PREMIUMS

The endless press cycle about the sustainability and value of the University Degree continues - including this thoughtful spread in The Times on Saturday.


While questioning of the efficacy of rote learning (Rishi's alleged A-level rethink) indicates a new frontier is ahead, the recalibration of optics and metrics on the 'Graduate Premium' suggests an end-to-end review of the system is required, if not inevitable.


But we have to keep asking ourselves, what is University for?


Surely it cannot be reduced to simply a mechanism for employability.


Isn't it a pathway for life learning as much as career ladders?




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