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9 months to graduation

I am 9 months away from graduation and vividly remember not being able to envision this last phase of my university journey in mid 2016. At that moment, I was deep in the throes of what truly felt like internship hell and the end was nowhere in sight. 183 more words

Bachelor Degree

The Beginning Of A New Chapter

Hello beautiful ladies,

You can probably tell from the heading that this isn’t going to be my usual post about anything beauty related but I am excited to share a new chapter in my life with you all. 448 more words


It was about a month ago, the uni mates and I had our very first and (might be) last dinner together. Never once we met out during the whole course of us studying for our bachelor degree. 105 more words

Catch Up


As of December 2nd 2016, I am now a fully qualified…. PHYSIOTHERAPIST!! 

I remember sitting in Grade 10 career counselling, staring at booklets filled with  potential careers, degrees and pathways I could travel down. 343 more words


Is Tertiary Education A Guarantee To A Well-paid Job???

Despite a large increase in tertiary education numbers, New Zealand’s productivity growth is lower than that of most other OECD nations, and the earnings premium of New Zealand graduates is below the OECD average.

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Why colleges need 25% less students

Want college costs to come down and relieve debt carried by borrowers…..cut the amount the students. 373 more words


Education at this stage in the downturn, is there a degree really that important?

Over the past five years, more and more people buy the qualifications to get the opportunity to work, according to statistics the annual growth rate of 3%, and for the rapid development of today’s market environment, it is an alarm signal that many companies focus only see a employees qualifications, rather than on the ability of employees is possible, now a bottleneck in education, students do not love learning, but actually the real reason that they can not afford the high tuition fees, students into the community, the company only employ highly educated people, those without a degree student, was forced to buy a degree, or even a fake.  14 more words