Electrical & Electronics Engineering grads are best placed to secure a job related to their course after graduating, while almost all Travel & Tourism grads will have to look outside of their subject for a career. The study was conducted weeks before the 15 January UCAS deadline for university applications.
Published: 16 February 2018
The Scholarship Hub, questioned 20 leading organisations*, offering scholarships, grants or bursaries to UK students, including the Royal Television Society, the Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation and the Millford Haven Port Authority, and found they often struggle to get enough suitable applicants.
Published: 10 February 2018
New official figures include loss of sight, brain damage, loss of consciousness, asphyxia, amputation and even death. The number of serious injuries suffered by education workers after violent attacks has shot up by 24 percent in the past five years, new figures obtained by the GMB show.
Published: 8 February 2018
Research into Higher Education Institution (HEI) English and maths entry requirements for HE health related vocational programmes revealed some deeper ... View Article
Published: 16 October 2017
Global report reveals less of an appetite from UK students to take on an internship, compared to their global counterparts. Comment from Michael Flanagan, Director of Estates and Facilities at University of Greenwich.
Published: 15 September 2017
Almost a third (32 percent) of children say they know more about technology than their teacher. Over two thirds of children (67 percent) have not had the opportunity to discuss a new technology or app idea with a teacher. Almost a quarter (24 percent) of children surveyed said they feel uninspired to learn at school. Comment from CEO of Pall-Ex and former BBC Dragon, Hilary Devey CBE.
Published: 12 September 2017
Teens who miss their A-Level grades urged not to panic as the global job site Indeed publishes a list of roles that don’t require a university education yet offer strong career prospects.
Published: 20 August 2017
Families in low paid work, armed forces families and foster children will be surprised to learn they are not ordinary, says the GMB union. Comment from Karen Leonard, GMB National Officer.
Published: 27 April 2017