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GRADUATE FASHION WEEK WELCOMES THE NEXT BRITAINS TALENT

Now in its 26th year, Graduate Fashion Week helps bridge the gap between graduates and employment. With 22 catwalk shows over four days, it...

College holds diversity in public services discussion

Key figures from the police, armed forces, politics and education joined a discussion about diversity in public services that was held at Bradford College. Chief...

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,...

THE and PolyU co-host Innovation & Impact Summit

More than 200 participants, including influential higher education and industry leaders, entrepreneurs and policy-makers around the globe, gather in Hong Kong for the inaugural...

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...

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...

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,...

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,...

Salford student standing to be MP urges young people to vote...

Kieron Wilson, 22, will be standing for the seat of Bournemouth East as an independent candidate, and says that if he is elected in...
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