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North East graduates named among the world’s leading young games developers

Two graduates from the North East have claimed their place among the globe's leading gaming talent after securing a place in a coveted ranking of young games developers. read more...


Customer service, manufacturing and more – the roles with the biggest salary increases

Salaries across a range of sectors are on the up, and graduates entering the workforce could be just one the groups set to benefit from this increase. read more...


Students name chemistry and engineering as the most 'future proof' degrees

The question of which degree equals guaranteed success in the jobs market is posed time and time and time again, and according to the latest student poll the answer couldn't be clearer. read more...


Facebook named as worst interest to put on your CV

While many of us may not admit it openly, browsing social networking sites is often a firm fixture of our daily timetables. read more...


Falmouth graduate's print magazine makes shelves of Selfridges

There are a few defining moments in life when you know you've hit the big time, and seeing your carefully crafted product on the shelves of one of London's most iconic department stores is surely one of them. read more...


£50m of postgraduate funding announced for students from underrepresented groups

Graduates considering furthering their education will welcome the news that The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) has announced a multi-million pound boost to postgraduate funding. read more...


Students reveal their culinary prowess over the festive season

Envision a typical student diet, and beans on toast and instant noodles are likely to feature heavily on the list. However, according to new research students are growing increasingly confident in the kitchen, with many inheriting culinary skills from their parents. read more...


Jamie Oliver becomes an undergraduate

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has revealed that he is hitting the books as an undergraduate to fulfil his desire to gain “proper knowledge. read more...


Undergraduate entrepreneurs generate more than £44 million a year

Today’s students are no longer waiting until they have degrees in hand to show the world just what they’re made of, with the latest figures revealing that undergraduate entrepreneurs rake in an estimated total of more than £44 million a year. read more...


BoE economist – workers can look forward to bigger pay rises

Nothing says ‘Happy New Year’ quite like the prospect of a bumper wage packet, and according to a leading economist from the Bank of England (BoE) this is exactly what workers can expect as 2015 approaches. read more...

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