The research methodology that is used in this case is a exploratory case study. This is used to identify and explain the variables are important in determining students’ outcomes. The collation of the data is from multiple sources. In this case, there was survey online questionnaire that was conducted with the students of both the university. To bolster the findings and increase the credibility of the findings secondary resources are used in this finding. The data was collated from the people who gave explicit consent to use their information. The participants in this research are 100. This was because the invitation was send through online portals to have communication. The collation of the data and the analysis of the phenomenon capture the complexities that occur in real-life situations. There is a certain limitation for these case study methods. These could be the lack of rigor that could stem from the availability of the data and the challenges that are associated with the data analysis. The challenges that are found in this case are factoring in of the intangibles. There is also difficulty in the generalization of these findings. It can also cause some participants to be biased in their opinion. These could impact the overall educational production function generated in the research. To overcome these particular limitations, the career success and the improved commercial prospects that the students gain from the education and resources provided will be used as secondary resources. These will support the findings and validate the claims that the research analysis will make towards the end of the research. If multiple sources arrive at the same conclusion, this will lend more weight to the argument. It is not practically possible to interview all the students as there would be consent issues and resource constraints.