AGR in the News

01.07.16

IB collaborates with UK investment industry to offer sixth form students bespoke finance education package

The International Baccalaureate (IB) has launched a brand new package in the UK for students aged 16 - 18 who want to gain practical experience of the finance sector in their final two years of compulsory education. [...]The new CP package...

29.06.16

Male dominated industries must woo women into roles

Companies in male-dominated industries – like banking, energy, technology and manufacturing – need to change the way they are recruiting women employees if they want to meet diversity targets. […]While 59% of all graduate...

28.06.16

Teach First crowned Best of the Best

Teach First won was crowned Best of the Best after winning two awards at the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) Student Recruitment Awards 2016. As well as scooping the top accolade, Teach First won awards for its Diversity and Inclus...

28.06.16

Teach First crowned Best of the Best at AGR Student Recruitment Awards

Teach First was crowned Best of the Best after winning two awards at the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) Student Recruitment Awards 2016. The education charity was praised for achieving levels most companies aspire to reach, and sh...

27.06.16

2016 AGR Awards winners announced

The winners of the 2016 Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) Awards were announced last night, at an awards ceremony hosted by comedian Ed Byrne as part of the AGR’s annual Student Recruitment Conference. The evening’s big w...