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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.


Falmouth University art students up for Midas Award

Five Falmouth University art students are among those shortlisted for a prestigious award that could act as a springboard for career success. read more...


University of Leicester places focus on graduate skills

The University of Leicester has teamed up with employers and recruiters to ensure graduates leave the institution with all the skills needed to succeed. read more...


Cambridge University science centre gets green light

Plans for a new £94 million science development have gained approval from Cambridge University, with the site set to host a range of medical research units. read more...


Lancaster University receives quantum funding boost

Lancaster University has secured a funding boost worth more than £700,000 to aid the development of quantum technology projects. read more...


University of Worcester targets inclusive sports facilities

The University of Worcester has revealed its intent to become an international centre for inclusive sport, providing more opportunities for disabled athletes. read more...


University of Lincoln set for £100m transformation

More than £100 million will be spent on the University of Lincoln’s Brayford Campus during the next ten years, the institution has revealed. read more...


University of York receives £2.4 million funding boost

The University of York has received a generous £2.4 million funding boost for research into renewable biological resources. read more...


Graduate jobs market improves but skill shortages remain

Two thirds of graduate employers have recorded unfilled vacancies, according to a recent poll. read more...


University of Bath open 2012 pool

The University of Bath has opened their newly refurbished £1.6 million London 2012 Legacy Pool in an official ceremony where Olympic medallist Michael Jamieson cut the red tape. read more...


Care home firm on the lookout for 20 graduate trainees

Dementia care specialist Kingsley Healthcare – which began 15 years ago – has announced they will be on the lookout for a total of 20 graduate trainees to join their care homes across the country. read more...

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