Tuesday, August 22, 2017

photography student wins bursary and chance to learn from industry professionals

A photography student from Hartlepool on his final year of his degree at Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD), has won the chance...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals. Post-university,...

Kick It Out Take Women’s Raise Your Game To Manchester

Football's equality and inclusion organisation continues its Raise Your Game series as it looks to diversify football's workforce and open up pathways to work...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals. Post-university,...

Graduates have unrealistic salary expectations, study reveals

Nearly half of graduates (47%) expect an average of £9,000 more than they get in their first role after university, a new report reveals....

NUS calls on the Co-operative to Stop Funding Hate

The Co-operative Group is a valued commercial partner of NUS, and they share many of our values - now we're asking them to withdraw...

Leeds City College SU President is elected NUS Vice President

Leeds City College’s Students’ Union President, Emily Chapman, has been elected Vice President of Further Education for the National Union of Students (NUS). From July,...

Discover the genius of UK’s unsung ‘Da Vinci’ through interactive archive

Praised as the Leonardo da Vinci of his time, 19th century engineer Frederick Lanchester was behind the creation of the first all-British motor-car and...

Growing Demand for IT Graduates as Vacancies up Over 100%

The growth in technology graduate vacancies is surprising given that other sectors have shown falls in the number of vacancies including Banking and Finance...

71 % of recent graduates ‘feel underemployed’

Almost three-quarters (71 per cent) of recent graduates believe they are underemployed, research out today has found, raising concerns that their expectations are out...
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