Syedain, Hashi
August 2011
People Management;Aug2011, p24
The article discusses the move by several companies in Great Britain to sponsor hand-picked students while studying undergraduate programmes that have been customized to fit with workplace needs. The firms pay for the fees of the students while studying and at the same time working for their sponsors. Among such firms are professional services company KPMG, and supermarket chain Morrisons. The opinion of Morrisons' Nathan Clements on the scheme is also cited.


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