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Analysis of post university salaries.

Analysis of post university salaries.

Women studying maths at Oxford and men taking economics at Bristol get the biggest increase in earnings from going to university, says an analysis of salaries at the age of 29.

The study, from the Department for Education and Institute for Fiscal Studies, says women are much more likely to gain from getting a degree.

Women with a degree earn on average 28% more than non-graduate women.

Men with degrees earn an average of 8% more than non-graduates.

But a third of men go to universities which give them only a "negligible" pay advantage, despite the cost of fees.

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