By One percent
I know we have numerous threads on educashun and universities but I felt this worthy of a thread of its own
two year degrees.
Now, I know that I am cynical but if we compare this to vocational education, history tells us that this will not have the desired outcomes (if high quality is the desired outcome).
apprenticeships, once upon a time were seven years, then five, then three, now six months in waiting tables and other such twaddle. Yes there are still high quality apprenticeship to be had but few and far between.
Now apply the same model to two year degrees and I can envisage the Russell group sticking with three years and the likes of Coventry and university of east London dumbing their degrees even further. Stack 'em high, sell 'em cheap will be the default model.
It might be that government is attempting to hasten the demise of universities that really have no business offering educashun.
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