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‘Financially hobbled for life’: the elite Master’s degrees that don’t pay off

20 mins | Jul 24, 2021
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Are top institutions selling myths to students? Elite universities in America are pushing master’s programs that fail to generate enough income for graduates to keep up with six-figure federal loans. Melissa Korn and Andrea Fuller explore how schools have benefited from raising their tuition fees and creating competition for courses with empty promises of success.
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