Many young people are either turning away from school entirely or choosing institutions that can offer practical, hands-on education. It is becoming a common practice in Europe among Universities of Applied Sciences, whilst in USA a school like Northeastern University has embedded experiential learning as a part of their study program. Any school that offers experiential learning is booming. Average US college student graduates the $28,950 worth of student debt without valuable working experience, therefore opportunity to study and get actual working experience is very attractive. The trend of experiential learning is disrupting education.