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Graduate lands interviews after CV push at Waterloo station

Another day, another proactive graduate pounding streets and stations to get a foothold on the career ladder. This time the job-seeking candidate is 22-year-old Marketing graduate Alfred Ajani. read more...


How to tap into the hidden jobs market

Are you a new graduate? How are you approaching your job hunt? If you are sending out your CV to role after role with little or no response it may be time to change tack. read more...


Cambridge features in top five world universities once more

Earlier this year Cambridge claimed its place among the globe’s foremost universities by sitting in 4th place in the Center for World University Rankings (CWUR). read more...


Thought-activated camera developed by UCA Farnham graduate

A graduate from Farnham’s University of the Creative Arts (UCA) has used her brain power to create an innovative device, which has caught the attention of keen teccies the world over. read more...


Tablet computers and more: Universities offer top incentives in clearing process

The race to fill degree places is underway at many universities as the clearing process starts in earnest. And in an effort to ensure that they come under the radar of would-be undergraduates universities are offering a number of incentives to take up places. read more...


Undergraduates invest £667m a year on lecture commute

The latest generation of undergraduates is no stranger to university debt, and whilst many expect to foot the cost of university fees, accommodation and general living expenses, they are probably unaware that commuting to lectures could also provide a hit to their wallets. read more...


Number of students gaining a place at university increases

The number of students accepted onto degree courses has climbed by 3% year-on-year, data published by the admissions service Ucas has revealed. read more...


Skills Development Scotland launches plan to encourage more young people into engineering sector

Public agency Skills Development Scotland (SDS) has announced the launch of a plan aimed at encouraging young people into Scotland’s engineering sector. read more...


University of Leicester cheapest for living costs

The University of Leicester has emerged as the cheapest university for cost of living, according to research from HSBC. read more...


Derby University graduates more likely to be in employment after six months

Graduates from the University of Derby are more likely to be working or studying six months after completing their degree, compared to the UK university average. read more...

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