Fewer employers are attaching much value to an applicant’s degree classification. Some even consider good grades irrelevant altogether.
Female grads have suffered some setbacks historically. But it's not all doom and gloom...
As the application season looms, we thought we’d round up those tasty grad positions with the highest salaries.
The first half of 2016 has seen the topic of artificial intelligence dominate headlines in the worlds of technology and business.
KPMG, one of the Big Four professional services firms, is adjusting its hiring and interview process after receiving ‘hard hitting’ feedback from graduates.
A new survey by the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) has revealed that women are less likely to apply for graduate schemes than men, but are more likely to land a job if they do apply.
At Inspiring Interns, we know that graduates are concerned about how Britain leaving the EU could affect the graduate recruitment market, and the uncertainty that has come with it.
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The Guardian has released its 2017 University Guide and Cambridge University tops the league table for the sixth year in a row.
A study by the money transfer platform TransferWise has revealed that Denmark is the best employment destination for British graduates, ranking significantly higher than the UK itself.