Six British colleges will offer a brand new NVQ in Terrorism Studies from next year in the hope of stopping the ‘no-brain drain’. Almost all of Britain’s terrorism students had to study abroad last year, with Syria and Iraq the top destination for our brightest and best in the field.
Robert Anderson of the University of Bradford said. ‘We already teach a lot of what the NVQ will offer. We have a course on video production, so that’s your propaganda and beheading videos taken care of.’
‘The course on public speaking will now include preaching and we also run a lunchtime seminar on using social media for all our soon-to-be 21st century terrorists. And students can also do their Duke of Edinburgh Award here, so the whole sleeping in a cave thing is covered.’