Harvard University graduates are flocking to beauty schools.
Harvard’s Kennedy School and New York’s Tisch School of the Arts are among the leading universities that are offering programs in the area.
The move is an effort to entice talented students to the universities, according to university officials.
The schools have received thousands of applications, according the school’s admissions website.
The Harvard School of Fashion, Design and Photography has seen a similar influx of students in recent years.
Students have also applied to the University of Miami, Yale University, Georgetown University and Yale University Medical Center.
For many students, college is about learning to embrace their individuality and finding their place in the world.
But for others, it’s about building their resumes and earning the best grades in their classes.
According to the Institute for Education Sciences, a think tank, students are now spending more time studying for jobs in the private sector.
The number of graduates from public and private universities has more than tripled since 2010, according data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The number of college graduates has more likely grown by 20 percent since 2009.
But some experts have said that the increase in college graduates is driven by an increase in the number of students who are working outside of school.