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Free access to FT.com can help students with relevant and fresh ideas for essays, exams, extra-curricular activities and in interviews. Universities and employers confirm that broader general knowledge helps the best candidates stand out.

With the help of a panel of teachers, we highlight and guide readers to FT journalism that can enrich senior school education and help prepare students for successful careers.

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We believe it is incredibly important to equip the next generation of young people with the skills and knowledge required to gain and sustain employment, generate wealth, and create jobs. One of MUFG’s core principles aims to deliver targeted financial education to young people, and this initiative will enable us to reach a much wider group.
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