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30.07.14

Are universities being “prostituted as a means to earn more”?

Earlier this week, former-Universities minister David Willetts proposed that universities should underwrite their students’ loans in order “to give universities a stronger incentive to focus on the jobs and the earnings prospects of...

30.07.14

Do China and India have too many graduates?

BBC News reports on the rising number of graduates in both China and India, following a “higher education revolution” in both countries. While this revolution should have resulted in new opportunities for young people, they have been...

30.07.14

Australian graduates facing toughest market in 20 years

Only 7 in ten Australian graduates searching for full time work in 2013 were successful - the lowest proportion in two decades, a new survey by Graduate Careers Australia has found. Read more: The Guardian

29.07.14

85% of graduates would be willing to intern for free

The majority of graduates would be willing to take part in an unpaid internship, with many also willing to do so even without a guarantee of a job at the end, a survey of 1,500 graduates by savoo.co.uk has found. Read more: Ri5

29.07.14

The rise of the graduate entrepreneur

The Guardian speaks to graduates who have chosen to create their own career paths by launching their own start-ups. Read more: The Guardian