What students want
Anyone with teenage children will appreciate the problems in understanding exactly what makes them tick - and it seems that graduate recruitment is suffering from a similar syndrome. Since today's graduate recruitment partners were students, the economics and philosophy of higher education have changed radically, which in turn has significantly altered the outlook and priorities of students and graduates. These are the main findings of the inaugural Legal Week Intelligence Student Survey, which questioned more than 2,000 students at the Russell Group of leading UK universities, from which the vast majority of trainees are hired by commercial firms.
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