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Children of graduates earn more, reveals study

Successive studies have shown that graduates earn a premium over their working lifetime compared to non-graduates, and now new research has revealed that the impact of university study even extends into the next generation. read more...


Sheffield University continues to add to student experience by scrapping library fines

Rather than resting on its laurels after being named this year’s top university for student experience, the University of Sheffield has opted to take its student offering even further by becoming one of the first universities to scrap library fines. read more...


More male MBA graduates envision themselves in management roles, reveals study

MBA graduates are some of the world’s most sought after candidates, with data from the QS Global Employer Surveys showing that MBA hiring by renowned multinationals such as Amazon and Apple is on the up. read more...


Graduate Barometer 2014 reveals what female and male graduates really want

Today’s graduates are becoming increasingly discerning over what they will and won’t accept from their first graduate job. read more...


Graduate diversity programmes help to increase number of female employees in square mile

If you’re a female graduate considering working in the finance sector, the good news is that employment opportunities for women in London’s square mile are increasing. read more...


PhD student from Manchester University wins award for first novel

They say there’s a book inside all of us and for Manchester University PhD student Caroline Chisholm, this book was definitely worth prizing out. read more...


Maastricht University invites UK undergraduates to open day

With annual university tuition fees now rising to £9,000 across many UK institutions, would-be undergraduates are increasingly being lured by the prospect of a lower-cost university education in other parts of Europe. read more...


1.6m engineers use their skills in wider economy

The headlines are often filled with the news of an impending engineering skills shortage, with official figures highlighting a significant gulf between the demand and supply of skilled engineers. read more...


Here’s what undergraduates love about their degree in...clock-making!

Party season is almost upon us, and as mingling gets underway conversation inevitably turns to what you’re studying and why you chose that particular discipline. read more...


LSE in top 20 Billionaire’s Institutions ranking

The London School of Economics (LSE) has placed tenth in a ranking of the world’s top 20 Billionaire’s Institutions. read more...

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