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27 Oct A global scholarship at Cambridge University



Watch our four-minute film about the Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme at the University of Cambridge.

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  • Andrew West
    Posted at 09:27h, 27 October

    The whole story is based on a false premise – "you need a Degree." Young people need an education, not a degree. Colleges are on the verge of failing economically because they have become incredibly over-priced. So, where do they go next? Billionaires (Gates dropped out of college) and public funding (taxpayers). The reality is 65% of employed workers in America do not need a degree, the do the same tasks on a daily basis. They follow the instructions or get dismissed – they're not being paid to think, just do. Couple that fact with the current inability for recent graduates to find a job sufficient to pay their tuition and you have a crash coming. In my industry, construction, we train young employees in a trade for 3-6 months (with pay) and they earn more than many college grads. A high school graduate that wants to learn, electrical, plumbing, carpentry etc., can earn $50-$75,000 a year AND they have no loans. Aside from the value of these skilled trades, the reality is that more and more jobs will become repetitive tasks. Therefore, the biggest opportunity for higher-paying jobs will be in "design." Designers will design not only products and facilities, but also processes. The designer class will be about 10% of the workforce, the production class with be 80% of the workforce, and the last 10% will be skilled craftsmen and artists. It's true, 80% will be human robots (with iTunes). So, stop the false promise of a college degree, they're not necessary for the majority of workers.

  • Shadi Youssef
    Posted at 09:27h, 27 October

    Amazing video. Looking forward to applications opening next week!

  • shorouk mohamed
    Posted at 09:27h, 27 October

    Hello
    is there any Groups for Scholarships in Telegram ? and the Scientific Data for Your University? i mean Internal Groups
    Thank you

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