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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.


Top free apps for students and graduates

These days you can get an app for pretty much everything. Whether you're still studying or are chasing a job, apps can help you get organised and can streamline and simplify a number of different tasks. read more...


Can you blog your way to a job?

The blogosphere is a crowded place. Estimates of the number of blogs on the internet range from a conservative 40 million to more than 150 million. read more...


Kicking procrastination - don't put it off until tomorrow

Whether you're studying, revising or job hunting, it's easy to get sucked into a spiral of procrastination.

Even David Cameron has admitted to wasting time playing Fruit Ninja and he's got a country to run. read more...


5 tips to avoid errors on your CV and application

Your qualifications, skills and experience are the things that help you to land a job. read more...


Leading universities see numbers grow following 'student cap' changes

Many English universities have seen their student intakes dramatically expand following government reforms designed to give more freedom to recruit students. read more...


How recruiters are turning to social media

Social media can be a wonderful tool for the graduate job hunter. You can use it to look for jobs, to network and to build your own personal brand. On the other side of the fence, social media is also proving increasingly useful for recruiters. read more...


What can I do with a geography degree?

Geography is a broad and extremely varied field of study and your subsequent career options might depend on your area of specialisation. read more...


BT creates new graduate jobs but warns of skill shortage

BT is set to double its graduate intake in 2014. The telecommunications giant is looking to hire around 300 of the UK's top science, technology and business graduates, compared to the 150 hired in 2013. read more...


What can I do with an English degree?

English is not a vocational subject and an English degree will not necessarily prepare you to walk straight into any particular job but English graduates will have gained a lot of transferable skills and have a lot to offer potential employers. read more...


A third of young people apply to university

New figures released by UCAS show that overall university applicant numbers are up by 4% for 2014 compared to the previous year. read more...

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