One of the UK's largest publishing companies has announced it is removing any requirement for a university degree from all
Graduate job applications to some of Britain's biggest firms will be anonymous in order to tackle "racial bias", David Cameron
The job market is becoming increasingly competitive and office jobs are becoming more difficult to acquire. Consequently
From Turning Up In Flip Flops To Quitting On Day One, Graduates 'Don't Have The Discipline They Need To Work'
You spend years in the classroom, ceaseless facts and information needling its way into every nook and cranny of your brain
Ernst & Young Removes Degree Classification From Entry Criteria As There's 'No Evidence' University Equals Success
Ernst & Young, one of the UK’s biggest graduate recruiters, has announced it will be removing the degree classification from
Tinie Tempah is an award-winning rapper, fashion icon and record label owner, and now he can add philanthropist to his CV
In Tory Britain, the fact that I missed out on a scholarship - and consequently the chance to take a postgraduate degree in newspaper journalism - will hardly be tragedy of the decade. Yet it does illustrate a very troubling point: journalism is increasingly becoming the preserve of the elite.
Andy Burnham, who is running for Labour leader, has attacked Britain's 'flawed' education system In a speech today Mr Burnham
A survey has revealed that 8% of students think getting a job will be "impossible" thanks to the financial crisis. In 2013
A recent study by the Complete University Guide shows which UK universities are ranked the best for job prospects.