H’University lectures are the ‘real world’ crash-courses every student NEEDS

University lectures teach you to fend for yourself within an incubated space and how to write damn passable essay in the early hours of the morning, however, they don’t prepare you for the ‘real world’ nearly as much as they should.

Life after gradation, a time scribed as AG (After Graduating), is often a sink or swim realisation. If you’ve moved out from home, you’ll have to deal with all the fears and pitfalls of adult life you didn’t even consider during your stint as a student.

Luckily, there is help available and in the most unlikely place – a men’s grooming product start-up.

Razor start-up Harry’s wanted change the way students viewed their career paths. Instead of just offering internships and training courses, Harry’s started H’University – an online and in-house series of lectures and seminars from successful entrepreneurs giving advice on how to make it in the ‘real world’ as a student or recent graduate.

Speaking to Digiday