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EY unveils new approaches to graduate programme recruitment

Following an announcement that it would be dropping academic qualifications from entry criteria for its graduate programmes earlier this year, EY has now detailed its new approach. read more...


Tata Steel and Swansea University focus on graduate support

Swansea University has agreed a deal with Tata Steel to boost the levels of support that are provided for highly talented graduates. read more...


King’s College London to boost Cornish IT sector

One of the world’s leading universities has opened an IT centre in Cornwall, providing a welcome jobs boost for the region. read more...


Law recruitment code altered to benefit graduates

Law firms will soon be able to recruit potential trainees from second year university classes following a change to the graduate recruitment code for the sector. read more...


University of Huddersfield £27m expansion works underway

Building work has begun on the University of Huddersfield’s new £27 million flagship development, with construction giants Morgan Sindall now on site. read more...


Chemical engineering salaries provide boost for sector

Chemical and process engineers in the UK and Ireland have seen their salaries remain steady across the past year, despite issues faced by the sector. read more...


Jaguar Land Rover set for undergraduate placement record intake

Jaguar Land Rover is preparing for record numbers of undergraduates for its 2015 work placement scheme. read more...


Graduates reveal what makes a top university

A university’s position in the world rankings is far more important than the quality of teaching, say graduates. read more...


Graduate salaries on the increase

Graduates matriculating from university this year will be pleased to hear that both job vacancies and annual salaries are on the rise. 

Top graduate earners

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University of Glasgow receives £3.4 million for new research centre

The University of Glasgow has been awarded £3.4 million to create an innovative research centre into precision medicine.

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