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One-third of students want university to help in job hunt

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Hepi survey also suggests majority want employability to be main driver of course content

More than a third of students believe their university has a responsibility to help them find a job when they graduate, a survey has suggested.

According to a poll of more than 1,100 students, 34 per cent agreed that their universities should assist with their post-graduation job hunt, with 10 per saying their institution “definitely” has such a responsibility.

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