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Graduates “move back home to work”

Four fifths of university graduates who grew up in north east England had moved back home to work six months after graduating, new figures from Hefce have found. Read more: The Times


Russell Group struggling to attract high achievers

Top universities are adopting a range of different incentives for high-achieving A-Levels students including bursaries, free flights and film passes, after “failing to meet their own targets on student numbers”, The Guardian reports....


Burger King launches Leadership Development Programme

Burger King, the second largest quick service restaurant chain in the world, has launched a new campaign for its Leadership Development Programme, which will create 20 positions in the company’s European headquarter locations in Madrid, Sp...


Overcome Recruitment Challenges by Knowing Your Audience

Former AGR Chief Executive, Carl Gilleard, reports from the latest meeting of the GRB sponsored Graduate Recruiters’ Network. Recruiters of graduates were treated to two revealing and complementary presentations at the latest meeting...


Further education system must stop “short changing” students

The further education sector is “setting students up to fail” due to poor careers advice that doesn’t reflect the needs of employers, Professor Sa’ad Medhat is chief executive of NEF: The Innovation Institute has told The...