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In this ‘job-ready’ era, it's worth looking at how a US-style broader education can benefit uni students

By Richard Colledge, Associate Dean (Learning and Teaching), Faculty of Theology & Philosophy, Australian Catholic University
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Many Australian students specialise before they've had a good general education. American undergraduates do get that, and perhaps Australia has gone too far down the path of early specialisation.

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