It was meant to be a noisy, but good-natured student protest against raising tuition fees.
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We take a look at some of the inspirational young people who have taken their careers into their own hands...
After weeks of economic cut doom and gloom (you can see our report on how the Chancellorâ€™s cuts will affect graduates here) the most current graduate forecast isnâ€™t (surprise, surprise) looking any brighter.
The knock-on effect of recession means graduates aren't just competing for entry-level jobs against experienced workers: theyâ€™re now competing against them for internships too.
In a bid to save money, the Metropolitan Police Authority have proposed plans to make new recruits work as unpaid volunteers for up to 18 months before applying.
The 1994 Group of universities advertises for graduate volunteers â€“ if youâ€™re not happy about it, donâ€™t volunteer!
Vikram Sidhu is just coming to the end of his three months interning as a finance assistant. He reflects on his experience, and explains why he is glad he chose to do an internship.