08 May University Rankings: Should You Care? (LIVE)
If you’re thinking of studying a degree at uni, chances are you’re going to be confronted with lots of statistics, figures and rankings.
You’ll get told that a course has “5 stars”, or is “Ranked X in Australia” or “Has X Satisfaction and Employability”.
But maybe the real questions should be… should you even care what the rankings say?
In this video, Rob Malicki from A Life That Travels gives you an introduction to rankings and some of the things you should look out for if/when you look at them.
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Because SOCIETY shouldn’t set the LIMITS on WHO YOU CAN BE.
But it tries to.
Making decisions about what to do with your life is hard and there’s way too much pressure on people to “work it all out” and to “find your passion”… like you’re some kind of failure if you don’t.
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You’ve got plenty of time and “working it out” is hard.
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