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mixamixa Post time: 2015-5-17 23:35
Long holidays for uni students. Yes, maybe. I spent my holidays doing intern job at Pohjola Bank.  ...

So your idea of seeing the world is to work in a bank, yaaawwwnnnnnnnn

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seneca Post time: 2015-5-17 23:39
When I went to visit Finland…

Is that because Finns are inward looking?

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futsanglung Post time: 2015-5-17 17:35
Make your mind up, first you say there are too many graduates then you say Finland has more than t ...

For example Oxford University. From people accepted to graduate study program only 36 % are from UK, rest are foreigners. 4500 graduated from that program. People graduating from these top schools are mostly foreigners.

As I said these schools are business and the tuition fees are very high. I prefer quality and affordable education for all and the government funding the schools.

Overeducation is a problem most countries would like to have. The problem it might create is that there is not enough people who want to do labour or less talent needed jobs.

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seneca Post time: 2015-5-17 23:44
Has any FINN earned a Nobel prize or any other important award for a scientific discovery?

A Finnish chap got the peace prize in 2008, apart from that three people who were born in the Grand Duchy of Finland when it was part of Russia won prizes but nothing of great note, this is in contrast to the UK that has had 115 winners, the US with 353 winners, Sweden with 30, S Africa with 11, Norway with 13 and Denmark with 13.

Wonder what they have invented apart form a Molotov Cocktail?

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mixamixa Post time: 2015-5-17 23:50
For example Oxford University. From people accepted to graduate study program only 36 % are from U ...

Do those figures not show that the Uni is so good people want to study there. Tuition fees at Oxford for overseas students start at around £45,000 for a full undergraduate course, for one of the best Uni's in the world not bad and well short of the half million dollars your quote.

You say over education is bad and still boast of how many Finns graduate, make your mind up please

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