"The company has said it will pay the fees of up to 100 graduates who commit to remaining with the company for a minimum of two years through a support budget of approximately £3m a year."
What do you think to this? My first reaction is... well if big businesses paying people's tuition fees becomes the norm, the pressure to join one of these companies upon graduating is going to become huge. Does this devalue education for education's sake even further?
I can't see it as being an incentive from the start, these programmes are so competitive and you wouldn't go to uni on the assumption that these people will end up paying for you.
I dunno, something about this makes me feel a bit uncomfortable.