Felix Hanif-Banks talks to, Tap In founder, Milimo Banji, about his goal to better prepare students for post-graduate careers
Factors such as an invisible careers service and time-consuming part-time employment means students are not getting the best preparation for their futures
The programme, launched by Virgin, aims to develop students’ business and professional skills in order to enhance their chances of employment by offering challenges
This year’s event is sure to get your mind firing on all pistons — but what about the speakers, what makes them tick?
Students can apply for bursaries to help finance work experience placement costs
The postgraduate fair is open to all University students and graduates but is ideally placed for Manchester students given it is taking place in the city
The University of Manchester climbs global graduate employability rankings by independent league table
Head Lifestyle Editor Rachel Adams is here to answer your questions and offer you some advice with your problems
The Times Higher Education rankings place Manchester as one of the best places in the world to study in terms of graduate employability
Ciska Howarth encourages us all to use the Careers Service, stressing that we are not alone in making decisions about the future.
As term, and university for many, draws to an end, Eva Gerretsen gives some much needed advice on how to prepare for life as a post-grad.
Internships and work experience can look great your CV, but often these can be difficult to get hold of if you do not have the right connections
UoM spokesperson said “we have an enviable reputation of producing excellent graduates that are targeted by leading employers in the UK and worldwide”
The summer internships offer paid work experience opportunities based in Manchester
“Employers value student volunteering because they look for rounded graduates”, Head of Careers Service said ahead of Volunteering and Social Justice Fair
Recent University of Manchester drop out, Edie Walwyn, discusses the possibilities that exist outside our society’s obsession with university education
With a week to go before the Women in Media Conference, Elise Gallagher, Co-Chair and Deputy Editor writes about her own experiences trying to make it in the media