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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.

27/04/2014

What's your biggest weakness?

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27/04/2014

Don't miss the boat on a rolling recruitment position

Whether you're looking to grab an internship, a place on a graduate scheme or a regular advertised job, it's important to understand how the employer's recruitment process actually works. read more...

27/04/2014

UK higher education funding bodies to produce new online tool for graduates

The four UK higher education funding bodies are combining forces to produce a new website aimed at improving the information available to prospective postgraduate students. read more...

27/04/2014

20% more postgraduates than first degree students land professional positions

There are many different reasons to continue your studies beyond undergraduate level. read more...

27/04/2014

Are graduate pay levels set to rise again?

Graduate starting salaries have suffered a sharp decline since the financial crash, according to research published by The Complete University Guide. read more...

19/04/2014

Graduates who switch jobs could increase their value

It's often said that there's no such thing as a job for life any more. It generally makes sense to build up a wide range of skills and experiences so that you are better prepared to find a new job or switch roles if there is a change of circumstances or the unexpected happens. read more...

19/04/2014

Graduate jobs working with animals

We're known as a nation of animal lovers and for many graduates considering working in related sectors, working with animals has been a dream held since childhood. read more...

15/04/2014

New figures show STEM courses are at a record high

More students than ever before are studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics, collectively known as STEM subjects. read more...

15/04/2014

What is a law conversion course?

You don't necessarily need to have studied law at undergraduate level in order to enter the legal profession. read more...

15/04/2014

What can I do with a degree in sociology?

Sociology is the broad study of human social behaviour and its history, development, organisations and institutions. 

In common with other humanities courses, a degree in sociology is not particularly vocational in nature. read more...

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