UK graduates still rely on financial and retail sector for employment
10 December 2012
The finance and retail sectors still recruit the greatest proportion of graduates into graduate-type employment, despite the problems they have faced over the past three years.
The Complete University Guide sponsors gap year challenge
07 December 2012
To celebrate the relaunch of the MyKindaCrowd website, it has teamed up with The Complete University Guide to launch the site’s biggest challenge yet, with prizes that include everything needed for a great year out.
England to gain 10 new universities
28 November 2012
Ten higher education institutions are set to become full-status universities in what will be the single largest expansion to the sector in 20 years, the government has announced.
Background determines whether bright students apply to top universities
20 November 2012
High-achieving students are more likely to apply for selective universities if they have attended independent or grammar schools, according to a new report.
King’s College launches 80 new law scholarships
15 November 2012
King’s College London has announced a new scholarship programme that will provide up to 80 bursaries for law students.
Number of students crossing the Atlantic rises
13 November 2012
The UK remains the top study abroad destination for students from the United States, a new report has confirmed.
Student rents have doubled over past decade
09 November 2012
The cost of university accommodation has doubled over the past 10 years, according to a new report from the National Union of Students.
Forty percent of grads in non-grad jobs, says report
06 November 2012
As many as 40% of recent graduates are working in non-graduate jobs, according to a study commissioned by the Higher Education Careers Services Unit.
Lack of international experience holding back under-25s
05 November 2012
A lack of global experience could be holding back many of Britain’s recent graduates, according to new research by the British Council.
Tony Blair under fire over use of unpaid interns
01 November 2012
The former Prime Minister could face an investigation by tax authorities over the use of unpaid interns in his private office.