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Showing posts with label college degree. Show all posts
Showing posts with label college degree. Show all posts

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

If your college Degree can't land you a job, demand a refund

Refunds are a common practice for businesses who want to ensure customers return again and again to their places of business, but what is the recourse for an college student who receives a lifetime of propaganda that their college Degree ensures a lucrative career, and it doesn't actually pan out?

Demand a refund of course!

And this is just what one student has done on Nov. 12, by submitting a petititon to the Obama administration to offer college graduates, who owe massive student loan debts, the right to turn in their diplomas in exchange for a refund of their money.


We petition the obama administration to:

Provide University graduates ability to trade their diplomas back for 100% tuition refunds.

Because of the inability of recent college graduates to find gainful employment in order to repay their college debt, and since this college debt cannot be eliminated in bankruptcy, and most of the recent additions to the job market have been in service related industries, the Obama administration should take up the cause of reducing college debt and hold those accountable responsible.

In the name of Consumer Protection, recent college graduates should have the ability to return the diploma and not make any reference to receiving education from the college in exchange for a 100% refund of college tuition. This may be extended with a graduated (ha, get it?) reduction for the last four years, with a red line at January 20, 2008.

While a novel idea, and unique way to hop on the Obama welfare wagon like 53% of Americans have already done, it would probably be more prudent to simply sue the college professors and university where you got your Degree, for failing to teach you basic logic and economics in believing that borrowing $120,000 would guarantee you a chance at one of Obama's famous shovel ready burger flipper jobs.

I'll have some fries with that Mr. Liberal Arts Degree man.

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Want to get a good education and avoid massive student loans? Go to school outside the US!

A recent study of the cost of schooling within the US, and the rise of inflation which has made borrowing for an education no longer justifiable to the average American, offers a potential option that not only allows for a Degree from a well-established university, but the change to grow ones horizons by experiencing other cultures.

The option is to go to school outside the United States.

Going to a school overseas ticks a lot of boxes- for one, it’s a hell of a lot cheaper, and you don’t emerge deep in debt like you would back home.
Second, the quality of the education is as good if not better than what you would otherwise receive.

Third, and most importantly, it’s just more interesting. The experience abroad will be much more fulfilling, and it will distinguish you from the pool of other candidates who all have generic resumes.

Let’s say you’re an Ivy League type. Why pay Harvard $52,000 per year when you can go to the University of Cambridge in England for around $19,000 per year? Cambridge is consistently rated as one of the top universities in the world: same quality education, a fraction of the price.

If that sounds like too much, consider a place like Hong Kong University. Tuition at Asia’s top school is around $15,000 per year, and there are plenty of scholarships and financial aid packages available. Not to mention you’d be networking with future movers and shakers in the region.

Still too much? Look at Erasmus University in the Netherlands, whose Rotterdam School of Management is one of the top business schools in Europe. Tuition in the all-English program is around $11,500 per year, 73% less than Notre Dame’s Mendoza School, and 26% less than Michigan’s Ross School of Business.

Still too much? Try Qatar University, where there are numerous English-language programs in disciplines such as business and engineering. Tuition for foreign undergraduates is just $4,000 annually, and you’d be spending formative years in one of the world’s most thriving, opportunity-rich economies.

Still too much? Try Albert Einstein’s Alma Mater, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich. If you make the cut, ETH’s tuition fee is a whopping $750 per semester for both undergraduate and graduate programs, and the school is typically ranked among Europe’s top 5 universities. - Simon Black, the Sovereign Man