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Architectural giant Broadway Malyan is demanding more firms 'put their money where their mouth is' by sponsoring students.

Managing director Peter Crossley warned that up-and-coming architectural starlets could be frightened off entering the profession by the increasing costs of university, as he unveiled the practice's new £8,000 graduate bursary scheme.

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