2592Charlie Ryan comments on the recent article “More than a third of UK graduates regret attending university”:

I can understand why graduates may regret choosing the University or degree route with the debt they come out with, however I think we need to reflect that although a graduate might now appreciate the developing they have done throughout the degree, the employer embraces this hugely.

The graduate journey should be embraced as much more than the academic side as it is difficult to put a price on that personal development, which creates some of the maturity and resourcefulness employers want.

So perhaps this regret is coming from the fact that the rewards of university are so much bigger than the study programme and that if this was understood at the outset, there would be no time for regrets!