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The bright side of university reforms

Reforms to universities could mean that students have more information on jobs and what they should expect as a salary when they enter the workplace.

Although graduates are to pay more towards their degrees, government hopes that this will enable universities to improve the students’ experience. They propose that universities should become more accountable to students and expand students’ choices.

CBI chief policy director, Katja Hall, said “As tuition fees rise, it’s only right that students are in the driving seat, able to make much more informed decisions about what degree to take and where to study it.

“Under these plans, students would have much better information about the jobs and salaries they could achieve, having graduated in a particular course from a particular university. There will also be a need for employers to say what skills they need in the future and what the career prospects are for different qualifications.”

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