Wed 12 June 2013, The Independent

A dual degree means double your chances in a tough jobs market

By Richard Garner
Many in the education world believe the sixth form is too early for a pupil to narrow their subject options down and specialise. Instead of the three-subject option – which could be just three sciences or three humanities – they prefer the world of the International Baccalaureate, where students study...
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