What's The Value Of A UK Degree?


This report by the university think tank, Million+, establishes that funding higher education leads to the creation of a substantial number of direct and indirect benefits. These include enhanced employment and earnings outcomes, which directly result in increased Exchequer tax receipts, as well as the spillover effects of a highly skilled workforce and increased firm level productivity. Overall, the report finds that higher education remains an exceptionally good investment for individuals and taxpayers, and concludes that any reduction in participation will have significant and measurable long term consequences. Leadership Briefing issue 7.06 (78)

DATE: 23/01/2013
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