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Changes in student choices and graduate employment

Report
7 September 2010
This report is published as part of the second strand of Universities UK’s From Recession to Recovery project, supported by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE). 

Changes in student choice and graduate employment considers the recessionary (and anticipated post-recessionary) trends in student choices and current and future graduate employability.

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