Vice Principal interviewed on BBC Radio 5 Live.

The Manchester College Vice Principal Mary Blauciak took part in a live debate around Higher Education on BBC Radio 5 Live Drive following the announcement by ‘global publishing group Penguin Random House will no longer require candidates for new jobs to have a university degree’ (The Guardian online)

Mary joined Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive of the Association of Graduate Recruiters, Richard Hamer, BAE Systems Assistant Education Director and Hattie Wrixon, Co-founder of uni’s not for me website, to talk about higher education and the options that are open to students today.

During the discussion, Mary said: “Education is opening up, changing, evolving, and employer engagement and a much more flexible approach to education is absolutely developing.” You can listen to the discussion here [Appearance at 2:36:11].

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