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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.


Walsall College students celebrate their graduation efforts

Walsall College graduates have paraded proudly to the town hall, donned in their caps and gowns, to celebrate their newfound degrees. read more...


Wirral graduate scoops top prize in national forensic science competition

A talented forensics graduate from the Wirral has overcome tough competition from across the UK to scoop the top prize at the WorldSkills UK Skills finals. read more...


University of Bedfordshire graduate scoops top blogging award

Owner and creator of the blog Simply Oloni, Dami Olanisakin, has won an award for her writing of relationship advice. This prestigious blog award from a national magazine is a dream come true for the young blogger and journalism graduate. read more...


Banking sector proving more popular than law for graduates

The banking sector has seen twice the number of application than law, according to new research from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). read more...


Two sporting graduates from Sunderland are honoured for their contributions

Sunderland University has awarded two of their highest-sporting achievers with honours for their accomplishments. read more...


Scott Logic 2016 Graduate Programme proves popular

Scott Logic, a chief UK software company, has wasted no time in selecting talented graduates for its 2016 Graduate Programme. read more...


Portsmouth journalism graduate nominated for national award

A journalism graduate is in the running for an exciting award for a series of articles covering food poverty. Stephanie Hunter has been shortlisted for the Guardian Student Media Awards in the Student Feature Writer of the Year category. read more...


The Queen awards the pioneering work of British Universities

The Queen has acknowledged the ground-breaking research works of a number of British Universities. read more...


Graduates are told to keep learning

Despite having spent the last four to seven years learning, taking exams and completing coursework, new graduates are being told to keep studying. read more...


London maintains its graduate appeal

London might have an incredibly competitive jobs market and living costs may be higher than elsewhere in the UK, but it remains the destination of choice for those looking to start their careers. read more...

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