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Beauty & men's grooming products – top of shopping list for UCL undergraduates

Academic texts, stationery and the occasional energy-boosting midnight snack – these are among the list of items you’d hope to see in the shopping baskets of diligent university students. read more...


Mistral font on your CV – one of the biggest no-nos for graduate job applications

When it comes to the list of no-nos for job applications few graduates would have imagined that their choice of CV font could be the difference between landing on the ‘yes’ or ‘no’ pile. read more...


Graduate unemployment falls to 15-year low

If you’re a graduate searching for your first role then the good news is that jobs market is on your side, with the latest figures from the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) revealing that graduate unemployment has reached a 15-year low. read more...


Open University third most searched university in the world, according to Google

Day-to-day commitments and the soaring cost of university education means that more and more students are exploring distance learning options including the range of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) now on offer. read more...


Move over junk food – fruit & veg back on the menu for undergraduates

If you were asked to envision the typical undergraduate shopping basket, what’s the first thing that would spring to mind? If your answer is microwave meals for one topped up by the occasional takeaway pizza then you may be surprised by the findings of the latest survey. read more...


University fee bill highest for Humanities and Social Sciences

Students studying for degrees in Humanities and Social Sciences are facing the highest annual university fees, new research has revealed. read more...


Cambridge PhD students in fundraising push for coding workshops

This year coding has been introduced to the National Curriculum for the first time. And in an effort to furnish pupils with the skills they need to become coding maestros a group of Cambridge PhD students are aiming to raise funding for a series of coding workshops. read more...


Number of students starting degree courses reaches a new high

The number of students embarking on degree courses at universities across the UK has reached a new high, the latest figures from UCAS have revealed. read more...


Kent Eye attraction marks University of Kent’s 50th anniversary

Tourists, who have already seen the capital from a unique perspective thanks to the London Eye, may want to make a beeline for Canterbury to take advantage of a new London Eye-style attraction. read more...


Students name Barclays as top undergraduate employer

Banking giant Barclays has been named as 2014’s top undergraduate employer in a ranking compiled by placement review site RateMyPlacement. read more...

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