Broke graduates return home to live with their mothers

15th August 2003 at 01:00
TWO out of three graduates end up living back at home with their parents to save money, the Natwest annual student finance poll shows. The bank calculates that the average cost of doing a degree has now risen to pound;19,048 including tuition fees of up to pound;1,100 a year, as well as food, cigarettes and beer.

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