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Data scientist – the latest in demand role

The rapid pace of technological developments in a number of sectors means that skilled STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) graduates are now more in demand than ever.

And the latest role that is crying out for technically adept workers is data scientists. read more...


Graduates in China trade cap and gown for...wedding dresses!

The idea of graduates heading up to the stage to collect their degree scrolls resplendent in cap and gown is such a time honoured tradition that few have thought of tampering with it...until now. read more...


John Hurt presents degrees to NUA’s largest ever group of graduating students

Few things add glamour to graduation ceremony proceedings than a celebrity presence in proceedings. And this was exactly the scenario that unfolded at the Norwich University of the Arts’ (NUA) ceremony for the class of 2014. read more...


Number of graduates expecting a job straight out of university highest since 2002

With the UK’s economic recovery well underway it seems that today’s graduates are willing to place their faith in their employment prospects. read more...


UCU:10 questions that students should ask their prospective university

Universities Minister David Willets recently argued that students have “a real claim on the universities”, because they are required to pay their university fees upfront. read more...


Today’s students are 'more serious-minded' than previous generations, says Universities Minister

The current generation of students is more focused on demanding the most out of their university experience, when compared to the generations that went before them, according to Universities Minister David Willets. read more...


New University Enterprise Zones to strengthen links between business and universities

In recent years industry and universities have come together to help undergraduates and graduates boost their employability skills and take part in research projects that answer real-world problems. read more...


Getting girls into engineering...could science toys be the answer?

Getting more girls into engineering is top of the agenda for both the government and industry and a number of campaigns have been launched to help redress the sector’s gender imbalance. read more...


Graduates apply for postgraduate scholarship scheme in droves

A 350 place postgraduate scholarship programme has received a staggering 1,700 applications from graduates who are eager to further their education. read more...


£10k ‘Golden Hellos’ to tempt graduates to teach maths

As incentives to take up a job go bonus payments worth thousands of pounds is a pretty impressive one. read more...

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