U.K. Business Students Cut Class More Than MostAlison Damast
Business students in England may not be so different from their U.S. counterparts across the pond when it comes to their often apathetic approach to schoolwork. According to 2012 Academic Experience of Students at English Universities, a report published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), undergraduate business majors in the U.K. have one of the lightest workloads of students surveyed, and spend less time preparing and attending class than many of their counterparts in other academic areas.
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