Gap year becomes 'work year' for London students


The rise in university tuition fees and the increasing cost of accommodation in London means fewer students are going abroad for their gap year.

Instead, young people are getting jobs in the capital or volunteering for social projects and charities before heading off to higher education.

BBC London's Sarah Harris talks to student Nick Morgan, Carol Angrove at Beaumont School, student Bianca Manu and Jack Graham of Year Here.

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