Is a degree from a New Zealand university worth attaining?
An international report is claiming that a New Zealand university degree represents bottom of the pile, as far as the developed world is concerned.
The report calculates the net value of man's tertiary education over his working life to be just $63,000 - the US equivalent being $395,000. The net value of a degree for a woman is just $38,000.
Do reports like this affect your decision making when it comes to tertiary education?
source: data archive