Big debts and broken dreams: students without degrees branded as 'failures'

By Matthew Knott
Updated August 1 2016 - 7:53am, first published 7:30am
Vicki Thomson, the chief executive of the Group of Eight universities Photo: Supplied
Vicki Thomson, the chief executive of the Group of Eight universities Photo: Supplied

Allowing universities to enrol as many students as they want has harmed the economy, diminished the value of higher education, and created the false view that anyone without a degree is a "failure", according the nation's most prestigious universities.

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