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The team at Gradplus are pleased to provide you with coverage of the key issues and stories in the graduate sector.


Graduate job hopes raised by secretary of state for Wales

The secretary of state for Wales Peter Hain has vowed to try and stop the unemployment rot in his New Year message.

Mr Hain called upon voters to re-elect the government as they "go for growth while helping people back into employment". read more...


Lib Dem job creation plans could benefit graduates

Liberal Democrats leader Nick Clegg used his New Year message to announce the imminent publication of his party's plans for a "green economy" which will create thousands of new jobs. read more...


Confusion over Advanced Diplomas and graduate jobs

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has banned a government campaign for its new Advanced Diplomas for suggesting that they could lead to a university place and a graduate job. read more...


MP undertakes graduate jobs talk

An MP has been in discussion with a graduate jobs advice firm in order to see what can be done to help this year's university leavers find employment. read more...


Charity sector needs funds for graduate jobs

The government should invest £5 million to help charities provide jobs for unemployed young people, such as graduates, according to a new report. read more...


Graduates 'should be informed' of student loan interest rates

Financial advice website Moneyfacts.co.uk has said the government should make graduates aware of the interest they are expected to pay on their student loans. read more...


Students with kids 'need more support'

Students with children are not receiving the necessary support, it has been claimed. read more...


Students choosing university 'based on costs'

Students are increasingly likely to consider costs when opting where to study for their degree, it has been claimed.

A new study by the National Union of Students (NUS) has found that the current economic climate is leading many undergraduates to search for a cheaper way to complete their education. read more...


Graduate debt increasing, says report

The cost of gaining a university education is rising, according to a new study, which says that the average graduate debt is now at £10,500 after a three-year course. read more...


Students concerned about graduate debt

Students about to embark on a university course are worried about the amount of debt they will face at the end of the three years and are trying to cut costs of higher education where possible. read more...

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