Some people think the qualities a person needs to become successful in today's world cannot be learned at a university or similar academic institution. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
（背景句） University education has long been regarded as the essence of creating a skilled and highly productive workforce.（写作主题）As post-industrial economies increasingly move away from heavy manufacturing and hi-tech industries become an important part of their economic growth, the need for educated, skilled technicians is vital to this.
（过渡句）Even so, some argue that educated worker are not the only requirement for a vibrant, dynamic economy.（观点）People skills and networking abilities are regarded as equally important.（解释观点）Emotional intelligence is a crucial part of this, but it is not something that can be taught, so the argument goes.（进一步解释或例子）However, many companies invest heavily in HR training, providing skills seminars on how people can develop their social, communication and teamwork abilities. （结论）Through these on-job training, employees are given the necessary knowledge and abilities to develop themselves and in turn benefit the companies by fully putting the gained skills into good use.
（观点）To that extent, while it is true that emotional intelligence is innate, that does not mean people cannot work towards developing their non-professional skills.（解释观点）With the correct focus and sufficient levels of investment, companies can develop their human resources capabilities and see individuals take huge strides in their social skills enhancement.（转折）In that sense, I disagree with the statement. （对比）Admittedly, universities are limited as to what they can teach people, but students are increasingly required to work on group projects that enable them to develop leadership, cooperation and other non-academic abilities.（结论）Universities indeed are sparing no effort to strike a balance between the development of students’ academic abilities and practical skills, endowing graduates with as much as qualities they need to achieve success in the further.
（主要观点）In conclusion, I feel strongly that students and workers can absolutely improve their non-academic skills, provide they are allowed to do so in the right environment. （建议）Setting group assignments and simulated situations where students need to work together is an important way of doing this.