Apprenticeships certainly seem to the theme of February so far in the education sector this…
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It’s been a while since we covered apprenticeships here at Young Academic but we…
The print industry has come a long way since the days of Gutenberg and wooden…
Graduate placements have vastly grown in popularity over this last year. According to High Fliers report, the UK’s top employers saw an increase of 6 percent more graduate job applications in 2015. With such a marked increase in competition for a limited number of graduate placements, only the best graduates will succeed in securing these.
If you’re anything like the rest of us, you dreamed of becoming an astronaut or a fireman or a footballer – but life inevitably gets in the way, leaving you to follow the path well trodden by heading for university.
If you’re contemplating a career in software development, you may be wondering if you’ve got the necessary skills and knowledge.
In the past, the software development industry was seen as traditionally dominated by men, but more and more talented women are now entering the field.
As part of our commitment to graduates this summer, Young Academic has been focusing on some the best routes for students leaving University after the forthcoming academic year. As such, we have this intriguing graduate story from Alex Mullen who recently graduated from Teeside University.
As our regular readers here at Young Academic will already know, we are looking to cover some of the weirder and more wonderful courses this summer, through our selection of comprehensive course guides.