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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.


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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Engineering firm creates 78 graduate roles

Graduates with STEM related degrees will be pleased to hear that engineering firm Goodwin are using their £20 million pre-tax profits to take on 78 new employees. read more...


University of Essex announces building of “space swimming pool”

The University of Essex has announced its plans to build the world’s deepest and largest swimming pool in a plight to mirror the conditions of space. read more...


Top employers for graduates desiring work-life balance

It’s no myth that graduates are seeking a role which allows them to have a good work-life balance and Glassdoor has provided us with a list of the top 20 UK employers who provide this. read more...


Northumbria University celebrates 60 years of fashion design

Northumbria University celebrated its 60th anniversary of fashion design at the Graduate Fashion Week this year after six decades of producing highly skilled design graduates. read more...


Graduates to benefit from paid internships in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire graduates can benefit from a 13-week paid internship opportunity with a local business thanks to the Graduate Advancement Programme (GAP). read more...


University of Bath spends £4.5 million updating student facilities

The University of Bath has purchased the former Bath Police Station and is set to spend £4.5 million ensuring it is student friendly. 

The Manvers Street Building, which was bought from Avon and Somerset Police in 2014 for £6. read more...


Job destinations of journalism graduates revealed

The majority of graduates with a Diploma in Journalism from the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) found work almost immediately after graduation, research has revealed. read more...

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