Sunak vows to crack down on university degrees that do not improve 'earning potential'

Sunak vows to crack down on university degrees that do not improve 'earning potential'

Sunak vows to crack down on university degrees that do not improve 'earning potential' Tory leadership hopeful Rishi Sunak wants to transform further and higher education in a bid to create parity of esteem between vocational and academic learning. Saturday 6 August 2022 22:01, UK Rishi Sunak has vowed to phase out university degrees that do not improve students' "earning potential", under plans to reform education if he became the UK's next prime minister. In proposals announced tonight, the Tory leadership contender pledged to create a Russell Group of technical colleges. The changes would mark "a significant stride towards parity of esteem between vocational and academic education," his campaign said. Were he to beat Liz Truss in the leadership contest, Mr Sunak committed to strengthening networks of technical institutions and …
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