Students have swapped drinking for working

University students are far more likely to spend their evenings working rather than drinking, according to a top recruiter. The increase in working hours is a result of the introduction then increase of tuition fees that is lumbering graduates with huge debts. Mark Reynolds, manager of Berry Recruitment’s branch in Birmingham where there are three universities, said the trend is … Read More

Employment boost for students and graduates

The University of Winchester is appealing for recent graduates looking to start their own business to join a major project aimed at boosting business opportunities for people not in work.