The undergraduates blamed the UK’s departure from the bloc for creating “uncertainty” around their future job prospects.
One student even went as far to say the historic Leave vote had led to job foundations being completely removed.
Speaking on the YouTube channel, Campus Media, Ben, who is studying at the University of Southampton, said: “I think the problem is, it’s this whole ‘could be’, we don’t really know what’s going on.
Students spoke of their concern following Britain's vote to Leave
The people who are leading Brexit have no idea
“It’s all so ambiguous. I think that’s what bothers me most.
“I don’t know what my job’s going to be like over the next ten years because the people who are leading Brexit have no idea."
Ben continued about the lack of prosperous opportunities leaving the shackles of the EU presents.
The group of students were asked how the felt about Brexit
He finished: “When you’re thinking about something as big as your career – what you’re going to do in so many years time which you need experience to build-up to and stuff, you need some sense of certainty.
“You need some sort of foundation and we don’t have any of that anymore.”
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Nearly three quarters (73 per cent) of 18-24 year-olds voted to Remain during last year’s referendum.
One student said she was 'conviced' Britain would vote to Remain after reading social media
Hollie, a history student also at the University of Southampton, explained how she based her vote to Remain on being able to travel across the continent.
She said: “I feel like for young people trying to decide how to vote, it was very much influenced by ‘how would it affect me?’
“So for me, I want to be able to work and travel within the EU if I had that option.”
Brexit: Results of how the UK voted Mon, March 20, 2017
Much of the North East of the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union including Sunderland, Gateshead, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Stockton, Redcar and Cleveland, North Tyneside and South Tyneside, and Northumberland
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GREAT YARMOUTH: The town of Great Yarmouth on the East Coast of England voted by 72% to leave the European Union.
Other students who took part in the short online film described their “shock” of the outcome of the Brexit result.
Lucy from the Liverpool John Moores University, added: “I was so convinced we were going to Remain because I surrounded myself on social media with my friends who were all voting Remain.
“All I saw was on my social media feeds, we people saying ‘I’m gonna Remain! I’m gonna Remain!’ so I was convinced, and then we left.”