University students only receive “paltry returns” for their academic degrees, according to the chair of the Education Select Committee. But does that mean some degrees are worthless?
Robert Halfon suggested that too many people are studying academic degrees, and that some academic courses could reinvent themselves as centres of technical excellence to provide a better service to students.
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