I believe education is important whether you are 19 or 91. Rats need to chew to keep their teeth from growing through their brain. People need to learn lest apathy and ignorance grow through their brains.
Certain educational institutions project a cachet that provides their students with a preconceived capability. The Harvard School of Business is a predominant example. I suggest you read Robert Townsend’s seminal book “Up the Organization” – the most recent updated version. It was originally written in the 1960s and while most concepts are still true, the sections on women in business and computers had to be revised. Over 50 years, that’s not too bad.
In any case, one of the paramount examples of business education excellence is the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business. It’s highly regarded with such graduates as Elon Musk, Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, etc., etc.
I had a boss in the 1980’s who graduated from Wharton. This was shortly after the junk bond fiasco. He would tell people that he was quite proud of the fact that, unlike may of his classmates, he had neither been prosecuted nor convicted.
Makes you think.