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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.


Why an engineering degree can put you in pole position

Engineers start their career hunt with a unique tool already in their grasp – they already have a clear idea of a possible career path. read more...


What does a Masters degree entail?

There are many reasons for continuing with your studies at a postgraduate level. read more...


A brief guide to graduate overdrafts

For most students money is tight and you might well have grown dependent on the 'buffer zone' of the interest free overdraft offered with most student bank accounts. read more...


How to catch the eye with your personal statement

For most graduates and students, their first experience of writing a personal statement will have been during the UCAS process when applying for a place at a university or college. read more...


A third of British students volunteer

Almost a third of students volunteer in their spare time, according to a new survey by the National Union of Students (NUS). read more...


How to assess your own employability skills

It's generally a reasonably simple task to organise, demonstrate and assess your qualifications and directly applicable experience. So-called 'soft skills' can be harder to quantify. read more...


What can I do with my maths degree?

Maths degrees are not usually vocational in nature. Successfully completing a maths degree does require a number of key skills however and mathematical knowledge is useful in a wide number of roles and careers. read more...


What can I do with a history degree?

In common with other humanities courses, a history degree is not particularly vocational in nature. While history doesn't lead directly into a lot of specific jobs, there are some roles that are directly related to it. read more...


Digital generation 'more interested in job fulfilment than money'

The so-called Generation Y – those born between 1980 and 2000 and including the current crop of graduates – are more interested in job fulfilment than financial security. read more...


BMW taking applicants for 2014 graduate scheme

Buckle up your seatbelt. Check your mirrors, signal, and manoeuvre into a fast-moving career with luxury automotive manufacturer BMW. read more...

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