Presented by Maggie Shields.
This month the Government publishes its Student Charter, a document which has already been dogged with controversy even before it's available.
In this programme, timed to coincide with University Fresher Week, 1 FM looks at the issues facing new students in 1993, in particular finance and accommodation - areas which are not covered by the Student Charter. There are views from students and the major political parties, and a special helpline on [number removed].
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