The fabric of working life

28th April 1995 at 01:00
Marks Spencer and nine other textile and clothing companies have updated their sponsored placement scheme for students on clothing or textile technology courses at six universities. They spend their third year on paid work experience with sponsors and receive a Pounds 500 bursary, and Pounds 1, 500 during the fourth year. Details: Marks Spencer, Corporate Affairs Group, Michael House, Baker Street, London W1A 1DN.

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