Design education should tackle recruitment issue

The real problem [with graduate recruitment] lies with design education. Universities are funded by ‘manufacturing’ graduates. Sadly, it’s irrelevant whether the graduates end up with a job in design.

More positively – the skills learned in a design course are extremely transferable – problem solvers are valuable.

I would suggest that Robin Arnold thinks creatively and widens his horizons.

Tim Potts

tim.potts@greenwoodandwood.co.uk

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