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Well, it would be if that's what the course claimed to do, as it is:

 

It was a Masters, so probably not publicly funded.

 

She's Canadian. (edited to add - higher fees for internationals)

 

It was part-time.

 

She enjoyed it.

 

She paid for it.

 

The university probably made a modest/healthy profit.

 

Where's the harm?

 

Here's the course (worth a nosey on the "Funding your study" button on the right):

 

http://www.prospects.ac.uk/search_courses_details?keyword=beatles&&p=1&id=43139&rank=1

 

For what it's worth, it looks to me like a "leisure" course for people with a particular interest in something, money to spare and time on their hands.

 

But I'm just a miserablist.

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Looks good on a CV to say you have a masters degree .... in this case though as long as you dont put what it was in :D

 

If she paid for it herself and enjoyed it then I see no problem in it.. although why anyone would want to do a course like that is beyond me :oops::lol:

 

Where's the quiz Geoff... I couldn't see it :wink:

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