April 2011 Archives

Higher Education

By Tdol on Apr 20, 2011 | | 5 Comments

The recently elected president of the NSU in the UK, Liam Burns, is quoted in the Herald Scotland as saying the following when he was NUS's Scottish president:


At the end of the day, the point of the university has changed. If you look at when only 5% of the population went, that was about knowledge, discovery, pushing boundaries, people talked about the crème de la crème. That's not the purpose of universities now - it is about social mobility and people changing their lives. The reality is you need that bit of paper to get into better jobs with greater earning potential and influence. So we want as many people to get one as possible, at the expense of quality if necessary.

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Cheat Sites

By Tdol on Apr 13, 2011 | | 0 Comments

Every week we get at least one Custom Essay Site submitted for  inclusion in our links database, and often several.  Many will make no money, but the fact that they keep starting means that there is money to be made out of them.  A few years ago, we used to get search sites for universities submitted all the time, but they dried up, while people wanting to break into the custom essay market keep piling in.

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