'Commuter students’ stay at home and study rather than moving to be close to their university. This can have a significant effect on their university education. Our Lab did some user research into this, and here Helen Snowden talks about what they learned and their recommendations to policy makers.
Helen Snowden is a Product manager in the User centred design lab.
We wanted to get a better understanding of how graduates make choices about their future employment. And we were also keen to hear what they thought about graduate internships. Helen Snowden talks here about what our multidisciplinary team learned from their users.
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