More than half of UK students working long hours in paid jobs

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Lack of maintenance support is creating two-tier higher education system, say experts

I once missed four weeks of one module’: the UK students working long hours

More than half of full-time students are working long hours in jobs to support themselves at university, spending nearly two days a week in paid employment during term time, owing to the cost of living crisis.

A survey of 10,000 full-time UK undergraduates by the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) found a record 56% had paid employment while they were studying, working an average of 14.5 hours each week.

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