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Swansea University reveals recruitment plans for Bay Campus

Swansea University has revealed that more than 60 services roles will be created when its new Bay Campus opens its doors in four months. read more...


Bangor University students aiming for top film award

A Bangor University graduate and student pairing are up for a prestigious Royal Television Society 2014 Student Television Award. read more...


Wolverhampton University unveils plans for £250 million investment

The University of Wolverhampton has unveiled plans to spend £250 million across the next five years, in what it describes as a ‘once in a lifetime’ investment. read more...


University of Oxford fundraising surpasses £2 billion

The University of Oxford’s fundraising campaign to support research and teaching has passed the £2 billion mark, the institution has revealed. read more...


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Permanent placements and salaries on the rise in April

More people were placed into permanent positions by recruitment consultancies in April, with the rate of growth at an eight-month high. read more...


Plymouth hosts huge recruitment fair for graduates

Plymouth Community Healthcare is to hold a recruitment fair to attract local talent into its organisation. read more...


The Open University claims IT industry needs problem-solvers

Graduates from technology backgrounds need to be properly equipped with problem-solving skills when entering the working world, The Open University has claimed. read more...


University funding to boost nuclear reactor research

The University of Huddersfield will take a leading role in research into engineering solutions for nuclear reactors of the future. read more...


European university mergers on the increase

European universities are merging more than previously, according to new research from the European University Association. read more...

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