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Young Academic continues to bring you best of the current student news with this report on the best academic institutions in the country…
With ten of the UK’s top 25 state secondary schools, including the top four, London has more secondary schools at the top of The Sunday Times Parent Power tables than any other region. London’s success is revealed in the latest Sunday Times Parent Power – the definitive guide to the best state and independent secondary and primary schools in Britain. The fully searchable guide is published in The Sunday Times and online this Sunday, November 14. The definitive online guide – which can be found at www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/parentpower – contains 2,000 top state and independent schools, searchable by postcode, town, local authority and name of school.
Yesterday, Young Academic brought you news of a video CV site designed to spruce up your resume. This interesting feature continues that theme, focusing on a video database which matches your skills and attributes with the perfect job…
Labels.io – a Unique Smart Database of Job Seekers and Skills – Streamlines, Simplifies and Enhances Ability to Match Suitable Positions with Qualified Candidates Based on Key Attributes.
With unemployment levels closing in on 2.5 million, Young Academic bring you news of video recruitment specialist ‘Meet The Real Me’ who have launched a modern answer to the nation’s employment woes.
Young Academic can bring you news of perhaps the most significant day in modern times for UK students…
Around 50,000 students, lecturers and members of the general public took part in what is being labelled as the biggest student demonstration in a generation, jointly organised by NUS and the University and College Union (UCU).
Graduate unemployment is at its highest in 17 years at 8.9%, but is expected to have peaked in the short-term, according to research published this month by the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU).
Just started uni and feeling a little clueless?
David Cruickshank, chairman of Deloitte and Education and Employers Taskforce trustee, will join a growing number of senior business leaders who are visiting schools and colleges to talk to young people when he visits Lambeth College in Vauxhall, central London on Monday 18 October at 13.00. He will be joined by John Hayes MP, Minister of State for Further Education, Skills and Lifelong Learning.
With the cost of a degree going up, students thinking of going to university should not be deterred from continuing their education, but they need now, more than ever, to make the most of the opportunities presented to them.
Eight teams of University students from across the UK have made it into the final of the npower Future Leaders Challenge – a national competition which tasks undergraduates to devise green projects and inspire people in their universities to live more sustainably.