Tue 13 August 2013, The Daily Telegraph

Fee rise sparks surge in demand for 'jobs-based' degrees

By Graeme Paton
Rising numbers are shunning traditional subjects in favour of more practical degrees amid concerns over graduate jobs market. Related Stories Students raise concerns over quality of university courses Children with poor GCSE grades 'will end up on benefits'
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