Sophie Sandor writes for CapX

Sophie Sandor, Programmes Manager at the Institute of Economic Affairs, has written for CapX on higher education.

In her article Sophie argues that both sides of the tuition fees debate share the same objective: more students enrolled in British universities. But that assumption isn’t necessarily right. Young people are typically eager to get on, be successful and make lots of money, which is also good news for the economy. So politicians need to see the forest for the trees and debate whether a degree is always the answer.

Read the full article here.