If you want to study business, you can go to the typical government-tainted university to be blah-blahed at by bored grad students or overpaid professors in dusty edifices. They will care only about irrelevant research to be published in journals nobody reads, and their courses will be irrelevant too, except to the government-tainted accreditation cartel. Often your teachers will hate capitalism, too. Oh, and you can also accumulate vast debt while missing out on four years of experience and earning. Or, if you live in the UK, you can get a two-year or four-year degree in business management from McDonald’s, a for-profit enterprise brilliantly successful in actual business management. And earn a living while doing it. This is just one look at the market education of the future, a great deal for the student and the employer. And the tax payer. Statist U. is on its way out.