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Is university ‘life’s expensive waiting room’?

Is university ‘life’s expensive waiting room’?

In the Daily Mail on 21st June 1930, novelist Evelyn Waugh asked the question ‘Was Oxford Worth While?’  The author left Hertford College in the summer of 1924 without a degree, and shortly before the article’s conception, had published his second novel Vile Bodies.  "Is the money spent on university education a sound capital investment?" he ponders, echoing my sentiments.  Ask an employer and the immediate answer is probably yes.  Who in their right mind would go through it all otherwise?

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