An economic necessity: putting postgraduates at the heart of the system

By Graham Spittle – Imagine what the standing of industry and education will be in a country like India by the second half of this century. How well-skilled will the population be? Will the plan to build hundreds of new universities have paid dividends? How attractive will Western conglomerates find the relatively low cost of labour? How many of the tech jobs once found in Cambridge, Frankfurt or San Jose will now be found in the business parks of Bangalore or Gurgaon? Will Britain’s role […]

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