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University of Bristol chemistry start-up secures £1million funding

A start-up chemistry company from the University of Bristol has secured more than £1 million in funding via private investment and government grants. read more...


University students receive career experience on Mersey Gateway Bridge

A group of undergraduates and schoolchildren have been given the opportunity to gain work experience on the Mersey Gateway project – one of the UK’s biggest infrastructure projects. read more...


New £6.5 million university centre nearing completion

A £6.5 million project to create a new university centre at the College of West Anglia is close to being completed. read more...


Graduate recruitment levels maintained during 2016

Almost three quarters of graduate recruiters have continued to hire graduates, despite the European Union referendum exit vote, according to the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR). read more...


STEM Graduates earn almost 20% more than peers

British graduates in STEM subjects can expect to earn almost 20% more than their peers, new research has shown. read more...


Engineering students intern at US nuclear testing company

Four engineering students from the University of Sheffield have travelled to the US to take up internships at NuScale Power’s nuclear test facilities. read more...


UWE Bristol leading the market for graduate employability

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) is leading the market for graduate employability, according to the latest Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) figures. read more...


University to offer out-of-work graduates refund on tuition fees

Graduates are set to receive half of their tuition fees back in cash if they fail to land a job after nine months of completing their studies from the University of Law (ULaw). read more...


Work gets underway at Queen University Belfast creating hundreds of jobs

Queen’s University Belfast has given a boost to the construction and civil engineering sector by unveiling plans for a new £39 million biological sciences school. read more...


Sunderland teachers and female students given insight into STEM careers

As part of the Work Discovery Week programme Sunderland teachers and female students will be given unique insight into careers in engineering and construction industries. read more...

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