It’s that time of year again when A-Levels are released, Clearing provides a second wind to those who didn’t quite reach their desired number of Ucas points and we find out that finally the boys have got better grades than the girls.
It’s also that time of year when people begin to question the worth of higher education and look at the alternative routes to further their career without incurring debt.
This year however, the volume seems to have been amplified as people still come to terms with paying £9,000 per year for undergraduate courses in many UK universities. Young people are also taking note of the financial climate along with the jobs market, both of which continue to fluctuate as the country continues to face more economic uncertainty. Continue reading “There are many routes to higher-level skills but why do we keep forgetting about international study?”