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We Don’t Teach That At The University, he suggests answers to questions about what is taught and missed in our university education.

This much-needed book is a must-read for those desirous of making a difference in the lives of young people, be they parents or lecturers, mentors. It is particularly a great read for current, former and soon-to-be university students, writes David Lumu.

How does one survive in this world which has been classified as VUCA [volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous]?

What survival skills are needed in this world? Is the university education still relevant to the needs of the world? Why would a young graduate ask for career advice a few days after graduation?

We Don’t Teach That At The University, he suggests answers to questions about what is taught and missed in our university education.

This much-needed book is a must-read for those desirous of making a difference in the lives of young people, be they parents or lecturers, mentors. It is particularly a great read for current, former and soon-to-be university students, writes David Lumu.

How does one survive in this world which has been classified as VUCA [volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous]?

What survival skills are needed in this world? Is the university education still relevant to the needs of the world? Why would a young graduate ask for career advice a few days after graduation?

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We Don’t Teach That At The University, he suggests answers to questions about what is taught and missed in our university education.

This much-needed book is a must-read for those desirous of making a difference in the lives of young people, be they parents or lecturers, mentors. It is particularly a great read for current, former and soon-to-be university students, writes David Lumu.

How does one survive in this world which has been classified as VUCA [volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous]?

What survival skills are needed in this world? Is the university education still relevant to the needs of the world? Why would a young graduate ask for career advice a few days after graduation?