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Covid-19: Sponsored Gatsby Subject Guides Free To Access (One Week Only)

To help you prepare for the start of National Career Week on 1st March, we're giving you free access to our sponsored Gatsby Guides for one week only (22-26 Feb 2021). You will be able to access Business,...  

15/02/2021 | 0 Comments |

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It's National Career Week - resources for careers advisors and teachers

In the survey we ran a few weeks back, most of you told us you wanted us to prepare a package of resources you could send straight to your students. You can send the content below to your students as an...  

02/03/2020 | 0 Comments |

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It's National Apprenticeship Week 2020

A few weeks back, we ran a survey for careers advisors and school staff via our email newsletter. Most of you told us you wanted us to prepare a package of resources you could send straight to your...  

03/02/2020 | 0 Comments |

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Success at School pilots STEM skills event in Tees Valley

Last week, Success at School piloted our first STEM event at Riverside Stadium in Middlesborough, discussing how maths teachers and careers advisors could incorporate workplace skills into the classroom....  

15/07/2019 | 0 Comments |

UK’s most popular graduate jobs revealed

UK’s most popular graduate jobs revealed

Graduate jobs at law firms and investment banks are the most popular in the UK, according to a new list of the top 50 graduate roles in 2018. The most popular graduate job last year was Virgin Media’s...  

17/06/2019 | 0 Comments |

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Is it vital to get a job straight from uni?

You may have heard today that Mary Curnock Cook, the outgoing head of UCAS, said that some parents and universities have become "too fixated" on using uni purely as a stepping stone to work. In an interview...  

25/04/2017 | 0 Comments |

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Young people ‘don’t have support’ to pursue science careers

By Clare Wiley  Many young people think they wouldn’t be able to secure a job in science, new research has revealed. A survey of 2,500 16- to 24-year-olds in the UK has found that science...  

24/11/2016 | 0 Comments |


Celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week 2016

Entrepreneurs and businesses around the world are celebrating Global Entrepreneurship Week from 14-18 November, sharing stories of pioneering ideas and inspiring young people. We’re recognising...  

14/11/2016 | 0 Comments |

A gavel and money, representing the high cost of becoming a barrister, estimated at £127,000

Becoming a barrister could cost you £127,000

Are you thinking of beginning a career as a barrister? Well, if the new chair of the main barristers’ body is to be believed, you may need to plan your finances carefully... Chantal-Aimee Doerries...  

23/02/2016 | 0 Comments |

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School leavers with extracurricular experience are ‘more successful’

Young people who take part in extracurricular activities stand out from the crowd when it comes to applying for jobs, according to a new report by World Challenge. They are also more successful in their...  

19/10/2015 | 0 Comments |

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