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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.


UK offers “nothing” to architecture graduates, who are urged to go to China

A leading Glasgow-based architect has advised graduates in the field to jet off to China to find work. read more...


Will TEN masters degrees get you noticed in the graduate jobs market?

As the end of a degree programme draws to a close, some students are ready to leave university, happy they’ve made it out alive after three years of coursework and exams. read more...


Fine Art graduate sets up innovative jewellery business

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure – or so the saying goes. read more...


Struggling to leave your university days behind? Dream jobs for the most nostalgic of graduates

If you’re a fan of computer games, you may want to direct your graduate job hunting efforts northwards.
Edinburgh-based company Rockstar North, which have manufactured games such as Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne, are on the lookout for testers for new games. read more...


Volunteer your way into a graduate job

Last Wednesday (5 December) marked International Volunteer Day, which definitely warrants an article. read more...


The five top paying jobs

We’re getting our list on here at Grad Plus: last week we outlined the best degrees for getting a job and today we thought we’d treat you to another handy list detailing the five top paying jobs. read more...


In demand: 160 graduates apply for each teaching post in Bengal

It’s bad enough that over 50 university leavers in the UK are applying to every graduate position – isn’t it?
Last week, Grad Plus brought you the news that read more...


Graduates steal the spotlight at international film festival

Three 22-year-old Sunderland University graduates are celebrating their remarkable achievement at an international film festival after winning Best Comedy Award. read more...


How to manage your online reputation

As our ‘Graduates, be warned’ article outlines, employers are increasingly turning to social media to screen potential candidates, making it the modern equivalent of a first interview. read more...


Graduates, be warned: Inappropriate online content slashes chance of an interview by 70%


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