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It's slightly more conflicted than that because quite a lot of it's postgraduate, quite unlike, for example, in America. Although there are undergraduate journalism programmes, we also have, certainly City and Goldsmiths, all of us, I think, have important postgraduate journalism programmes, so that quite a large number -- the last research I saw said that something like 50 per cent of people going into journalism in I think it was 2002 already had a postgraduate qualification of some kind, so I think it's quite important to recognise that there are two different levels. There is undergraduate journalism and there's quite a lot of postgraduate journalism and those journalists will have had a different kind of first degree.

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