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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.


When and how to follow up a job application

A week ago, you came across a vacancy for your dream job. You spent hours researching the company, hours writing the perfect cover letter and a similar amount of time hovering over the ‘send’ button while you grammar and spell-checked for the twentieth time. read more...


More options for computer science graduates

High achieving graduates will be paid £20,000 tax-free to train as computer science teachers under a new scholarship. read more...


Government propose ‘Frontline’ scheme to social worker graduates

In the wake  of the Jimmy Savile and Rochdale sex scandals, the Education Secretary is considering a scheme to attract more graduates to social work. read more...


Gloucestershire losses graduates

Graduates studying in Gloucestershire are moving out of the county to find work, causing concern for a number of local businesses.

New figures show that only 31% of University of Gloucestershire students find a job in the county after graduation. read more...


The modern job application: a placard and a bag of CVs

Grad Plus recently brought you the news that a fifth of university leavers head to London in search of graduate jobs. read more...


And the Professional Services Firm of the Year award goes to...Deloitte!

Congratulations to Deloitte, which has clinched the acclaimed title at the City A.M. Awards.

The company has swiped the title from L.E.K Consulting, which won the esteemed award at last year’s ceremony. read more...


Abercrombie and Fitch take on 23-year-old Kingston University graduate

A Kingston University graduate has landed a job at leading US label Abercrombie and Fitch after winning a competition which resulted in high street favourite Topshop hanging hundreds of jumpers designed by her on their rails. read more...


An uncertain journey – where to start with an arts degree

Graduates with arts degrees tend to have a particularly tough time seeking out a job. read more...


How to get the most out of an internship

Yesterday, we published an article which detailed the plight of a 27-year-old graduate who worked unpaid for seven months for the likes of celebrity magazine NOW and a London auction house. read more...


Computer science graduates increasingly find work in their chosen field

Among all graduates finishing their university education in 2010/11, computer science and IT students were more likely than the average graduate to be employed.

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