Len Shackleton writes for The Telegraph

Len Shackleton, Editorial Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs has written for The Telegraph on the reality of how much universities actually help students into work.

In his article Len argues that this week’s publication of details of the employment and earnings of recent graduates show that we must radically qualify the belief that a degree is financially worthwhile for a large number of weaker students doing certain types of degrees at certain institutions. We shouldn’t be encouraging so many young people to take degrees rather than obtain other vocational qualifications.

Read the full article here. (££)