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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.

If you are a teacher, librarian or other school officer, register your interest for free access to FT.com for 16-19 year old students and their teachers now.

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