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Nishall’s Blog:…and up to university

News / Mon 21st Sep 2015 at 10:47am

Harlow to Egham

ON Saturday I arrived to Royal Holloway, University of London to start the next chapter of my life, and to be honest I was incredibly nervous until I got there and met my new flat mates, who are amazing!

This is the start of many young people lives getting a higher education and they should be really proud of themselves for getting to this stage, in this blog today I am going to write about why a university education is so important, even if you don’t leave our hometown.

For many high school students, being able to immediately generate an income after graduation is an appealing thought. They may also be repelled by the rising cost of tuition, and while it is true that a higher education may be one of the largest expenses you will ever face, the importance of a college education has become quite evident in terms of earning potential within today’s economy.

There many reasons as to why it is important to go to college. When students experience a post secondary education, they have the opportunity to read books and listen to the lectures of top experts in their fields. This stimulation encourages students to think, ask questions, and explore new ideas, which allows for additional growth and development and provides uni graduates with an edge in the job market over those who have not experienced a higher education.

The importance of a college education is also accentuated because of the opportunity to gain valuable resources during your tenure. The more connections which are collected during your uni life, the more options you will have when you begin your job search. Once you have ended your job search and have started your career, however, the importance of a uni education has not been exhausted. Having a college degree often provides for greater promotion opportunity.

Why should you go to uni? The reasoning does not begin and end with the job aspect. A good education is beneficial from many different viewpoints, and while the importance of a uni education is quite evident for many secondary school students.

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