Higher Education

Are Ph.D.s an academic dead zone?

Are Ph.D.s an academic dead zone?

Why grads with a doctorate are more likely to be unemployed than master’s degree holders
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What the state must learn about higher education

The core issue in today’s education may be the miasma of sanctity that surrounds the concept, says Colby Cosh

The new underclass

Why a generation of well-educated, ambitious, smart young Canadians has no future
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The graduate’s million-dollar promise

A university degree was once a guarantee of higher incomes. Those days are gone, argue two profs
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Out now: the 2012 Maclean’s professional schools rankings

Our much-anticipated Law School Rankings plus what’s hot in engineering, medicine, M.B.A.s and more.
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Quebec: From Quiet Revolution to not-so-quiet student riot

Why a modest tuition hike has sparked unending protests
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Fantastical dreams of something for nothing

It’s only proper students pay their fair share
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Quebec: Cheap degrees, but nobody’s buying

Students striking against tuition hikes miss the real problem
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Quebec: Cheap degrees, but nobody’s buying

Students can’t blame tuition fees for low enrolment
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In conversation: Robert Birgeneau

Steering Berkeley through its worst budget crisis, and why elite schools should charge more