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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.


Graduates: How to walk the walk and talk the talk

Have you ever heard of the saying, first impressions are the lasting impressions?

Well, it’s certainly true when it comes to impressing at graduate interviews. read more...


Graduates now have an alternative choice to a master’s degree

Graduates now have the option of joining higher-level apprenticeships thanks to an initiative by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).

Graduates and employers alike have held postgraduate qualifications in high esteem as symbol of a dedicated and capable individual. read more...


Pros and pros of studying a masters’ degree at private universities

When thinking of private universities we instantly associate high tuition fees and mediocre reputations with them. read more...


The changing face of social care: where will it lead graduates?

The demand for social care and the way it’s delivered is changing due to an ageing population and workforce.

Currently social workers are retiring in their droves and as a result around 1.7 million jobs are opening up across health and social care. read more...


Top tips for newly qualified social workers on the hunt for jobs

Social work has been one of the sectors badly affected by the recession. 

Like other professions graduates have had to compete with the growing number of newly qualified social workers for the limited opportunities. read more...


Engineering: Kier group Graduate Programme

The Kier group is a respected construction, services and property group specialising in building and civil engineering, support services, commercial property development, structured property financing and private and affordable housing. read more...


Engineering sector is calling all females

The engineering sector is currently experiencing a void in the number of female engineers entering the profession.

Vince Cable, Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills said the conspicuous absence of female engineers is an “enormous problem”. read more...


What to do with your master’s degree

Some people have their master’s degree subsidised by their employers who require an employee to have specialist knowledge or skill in a given area.

People who are doing a master’s at the behest of their employers already have their career path determined. read more...


Returning to study isn’t as hard as you may think

For some studying three years for their first degrees is often challenging enough and the prospect of a postgraduate degree is often enough to push them towards the world of work instead. read more...


Graduate careers with the Metropolitan Police

London is the city which never sleeps and now London Metropolitan Police is looking to recruit energetic graduates who thrive on challenges.

As one of the world’s largest and chaotic cities, around 8.3 million people inhabit London. read more...

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