Rory Sutherland Rory Sutherland

Universities should offer one-year courses

Back in the days when finding out information took ages, three-year university courses made sense. Not now

In every respect bar one, those bloody Corbyn-supporting students have a much tougher time of it than I did, what with my full grant and my tuition fees paid. But by God, learning stuff is easy nowadays. The young of today just cannot conceive what a chore it was to eke out enough material for an essay in 1984.

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