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GCSE Results Day 2017

Grade 4 or 5 GCSE

It’s GCSE Results Day 2017. Hopefully all of your hard work has paid off and you’re smiling. Getting your GCSE results Don’t forget – you’re looking for grade 9 – 4 in English, English literature and maths! 9 is the highest you can get and 4 is equal to a C grade. New GCSE grades explained. If everything hasn’t gone ... Read More »

Student View – From Education to Employment

Student view

Georgia Dalton gives us her student view on the journey from education to employment. Since the age of four I have loved reading and writing and I have always known that I want a career where I can spread my love of novels and words. Throughout school, my passion for English hasn’t changed. At 12 years old I realised how ... Read More »

NUS President Shakira Martin – University Is Not For Everyone

Shakira Martin, President of the National Union of Students welcomes you to the Results Day Guide and reminds you that you have plenty of options. Results day is fast approaching and many of you may experience a range of different feelings; from excitement, nervousness, fear and even anger. The thought of your future relying on the grades marked on a ... Read More »

First Degree Apprentices Graduate Today

degree apprentices graduate

Today, 17 July, the first degree apprentices graduate from Aston University. A partnership between Aston University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Capgemini, a global consulting, technology and outsourcing company resulted in a unique programme which revolutionises the way young people develop high level skills through apprenticeships, offering them the chance to gain a degree whilst employed in industry, with their tuition ... Read More »

Young women are unaware of their worth in the workplace

Over a third of female graduates expect a starting graduate salary of £20,000, which falls £10,000 short of the median UK graduate wage of £30,000 per year, showing that young women are unaware of their worth in the workplace. In fact, just 17 per cent of females would expect to earn between £25,000 – £35,000 in their first job, according ... Read More »

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