Faith-university link revealed

29th July 2011 at 01:00

Pupils who describe themselves as Muslim, Hindu or Sikh are more likely to go to university than those who say they are Christian or atheist. In a study of more than 13,000 young people by UK National Statistics for the Department for Education, 15-year-olds who say they are Christian were half as likely to go to university as their Hindu counterparts.

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