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(GMTT) National Scholarship Recipient & UWI Guild President Address T&T Brain Drain

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UWI Guild President Makesi Peters says a better life is what many students who pursue tertiary education hope to achieve. He says however they are "very worried" about whether or not they'll get a sustainable job afterwards. National scholarship recipient Keston Perry says economics are one of the chief reasons that 75% of tertiary educated students emigrate.

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