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The team at Gradplus are pleased to provide you with coverage of the key issues and stories in the graduate sector.


Student support can help to offset negative impact of university fees, says report

The spiralling cost of university fees may have deterred some would-be students from embarking on a degree course as the thought of mounting debts outweighs the desire to further their academic credentials. read more...


Summarising a PhD thesis in 3-minutes! Students rise to Imperial’s showcase challenge

Those students that have gone on to study at postgraduate level will be more than used to putting their grey matter to the test as they meet challenge, after academic challenge. read more...


Graduate designer gets Justin Timberlake’s seal of approval

While many graduate fashion designers hope to get recognition for their work, few would imagine their wares to come under an A-lister’s radar. read more...


IT skills gap revealed, but graduates optimistic about employment prospects

Finding staff to fill their range of vacancies can be an ongoing challenge for employers, and it seems that IT is one sector where a dearth of skills is hampering business operations. read more...


The most bizarre interview questions asked of MBA candidates

Interviews can be a nerve-wracking experience at the best of times, and while graduates will do all they can to ensure they are prepared for the day – it’s more than likely that a few curveballs will be thrown their way. read more...


Finding a job: TUC says qualifications have become essential

With university tuition fees rising many school leavers have been in a quandary as to whether or not they should embark on a degree in their subject of choice. read more...


From Thomas Becket to Amy Childs: UEL conference examines impact of celebrity culture

In recent years the gulf between academia and A-listers has slowly begun to close, with noted recent examples including the Politicizing Beyonce course offered by Rutgers University. read more...


Academics and manufacturing industry come together to improve post graduate qualifications

A group of leading academics and industry figures has come together to seek "a revolutionary improvement in postgraduate education". read more...


The sweet smell of success: graduates attend Willy Wonka themed enterprise bootcamp

When it comes to fictional role models that any graduate would be happy to aspire to Willy Wonka would certainly make the list. read more...


Addressing engineering skills shortages: £30m fund announced by government

Budding engineers will welcome the news that the government has announced a significant investment designed to stem a potential shortfall of skills in the sector. read more...

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