YouthSight shows how to tap irrational postgrad decision-making
THE has reported on research carried out by YouthSight about irrational decision-making for taught postgraduate courses.
Universities are being offered research on how to use the irrational side of student decision-making to attract more taught postgraduates.
A report by market research firm YouthSight seeks to use insights from behavioural economics to understand taught postgraduate choices.
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