Young People and Higher Education

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As we draw closer to the start of the academic year, we decided to speak to our community of 16-24s about their attitudes towards University and it’s alternatives. Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, learning formats have been forced to change and the traditional ‘university experience’ has truly become a thing of the past. With an increasing number on university alternatives arising – is university as prestigious and valuable as it once was?

This report covers all things University: career aspirations, online learning, diversity and inclusion, and higher education alternatives

It isn’t essential for me to have a degree to go into the career that I want to but I feel that it would offer me the opportunity to earn more and progress my career quicker.” Male, 19

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