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French students shy of real world


Between the two rounds of the French local Elections, BBC correspondent Emma Jane Kirby is travelling around France, testing the temperature of voters. 
 
In Montpellier, she is told that France's education system is completely out of sync with the world of business.

Montpellier is very much a young person's city. Students make up 30% of its population, and the pavement cafes are swarming with youngsters who are furiously scribbling in note books or dashing off the final lines of essays.


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