Students take charge

9th October 2009 at 01:00

What would your students do if allowed to run a major business for a day? A competition to promote Colleges Week aims to find out by asking students to submit video "manifestos" of what they would do if they headed up firms such as Marks amp; Spencer. Winners of the I'm Running the Show competition, announced during Colleges Week from November 9 to 15, will receive prizes that include shadowing Sir Stuart Rose, Mamp;S's chief executive, and Sven-Goran Eriksson for a day at his club, Notts County FC.

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