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Calls for fee cap abolition

University students could pay differential fees according to which university and which course they choose, educational reformer Lord Dearing has suggested. read more...


Salary decline 'creates employee careers market'

Employers are finding it more difficult to retain staff as earnings growth starts to slow down, according to a new report, something which could create a good graduate careers market.

Research carried out by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) found that the increase in earnings was 5.3 per cent this year, down from 5. read more...


CIOB launches female graduate scheme

The construction industry in the UK has embarked on a new graduate scheme to promote its careers to female graduates.

Under the project, the role of women in the construction sector would be promoted, compatible graduates and employers matched up and graduate training offered. read more...


Leading graduate retail employer bidding for further Scottish expansion

One of the UK's leading graduate retail employers has announced plans for continued expansion in the Scottish market as it looks to add to its growing global presence. read more...


Student top-up fees could be set for further variation

Students could be forced to pay variable top-up fees depending on which universities they attend, according to one of Britain's leading education experts. read more...


Leading graduate transport employer toasts new rail deal

Bus and rail firm Stagecoach, one of the UK's leading graduate transport employers, has been awarded a multi-million pound government contract to operate routes in the East Midlands. read more...


Graduate design careers set to be launched at top exhibition

More than 4,000 final-year students are gearing up to take the first steps on their graduate design careers by showing their work at London's prestigious New Designers exhibition. read more...


HSBC announces changes to graduate bank account

Leading high street bank HSBC has announced changes to its graduate bank account offer, with interest-free overdrafts set to be scrapped. read more...


Employers may be missing workplace health essentials

A quarter of UK employers may not be offering their staff suitable health and wellbeing facilities in the workplace because they are unsure about what they can do, a new report has found. read more...


Bar council warns against strong legal services reform

The Bar Council, the professional body for barristers in England and Wales, has sent a hard-hitting brief to MPs to defend its record on complaints handling. read more...

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