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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.


Graduate prospects affected by choice of university

More than a fifth of students who completed their degrees at some universities last summer failed to secure jobs for graduates, according to figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency. read more...


Graduates wage levels set to exceed estimates

The forecasted rise in graduate salaries is set to be surpassed, according to the latest research from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). read more...


Universities fail to recruit enough students from low-income backgrounds

The Office for Fair Access has argued that many universities are failing in their bid to recruit students from poor families, despite a cash injection of millions of pounds designed to increase access. read more...


Number of graduate jobs increases by 0.9%

Undergraduates who are finishing their courses this year will have a larger pool of graduate jobs to choose from, according to the latest statistics.

According to a report by graduate recruitment research firm High Fliers' there is a 0.9% increase in read more...


International graduate programme launched by B & Q owner

Graduates who are keen to gain global skills will welcome the news that DIY giant Kingfisher has launched a graduate programme, which will give them experience both in the UK and abroad. read more...


Graduate scheme boosts prospects in the digital sector

Graduates in Teeside have been given a helping hand to make a start on their digital careers, thanks to a scheme headed by Teesside University's DigitalCity Innovation (DCI). read more...


Business savvy Stirling graduate shortlisted in Universities Entrepreneurship Award

A graduate from the University of Stirling used her business acumen to create her very own graduate job, and earned one of just five places in the undergraduate category of the Santander Universities Entrepreneurship Awards. read more...


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Graduate scheme launched by Channel 4

Graduates who are hoping to start an illustrious career in TV will welcome the news that Channel 4 is launching its first ever graduate scheme. read more...


University applications drop as fees increase

The hike in tuition fees from the start of the new academic year is set to deter students from applying for university places.

Applications to universities have already fallen dramatically for places this autumn, when tuition fees will rise to up to £9,000 per year. read more...

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