Which university graduates are favoured by employers? See the 2016 ranking of 150 institutions from the Times Higher. It includes definitions of what employers want when they are recruiting in terms of knowledge and experience. Methodology is described on the website.
The Higher Education Academy annual engagement survey asks students how they have developed. How much effort they put into study, how much support they received and what skills they developed. This includes such factors as becoming an independent learner. It is based on 24 institutions and over 24,000 students. It found employability skills relatively low […]
Key Note has produced a suite of help videos; find them at https://www.keynote.co.uk//content/our-videos Key Note provides market reports for the UK market and 10 years’ financials for UK companies. It is also useful for people looking for a job in the UK in that it allows you to search for companies by geographical location, sector […]
Latest analysis from researchers at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), Harvard University and the University of Cambridge found that generally they did even during the latest economic recession. One significant finding – the increase was largest for English women around 10 years after graduation who had earnings 3 times higher than non graduates. Get […]
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