The Big Choice
Students to foot half of cost of university
January 9, 2012
School & College Leavers
student loans company
Leave a comment
Your browser does not support the IFRAME tag.
The great Scottish fees debate
It’s a debate that has reached boiling point this week with Edinburgh University announcing that it will charge English, Wales and Norther
Things are getting better! UK unemployment saw its biggest fall since 2000 with a drop of 88,000 in the three months to April this year to 2
Is it really worth going to uni?
Looking at everything that graduates are facing at the moment, many are asking the question: Is it really worth going to university? Read
The shocking number of unpaid internships
The latest figures show that 43% of students who undertook an internship between 2006 and 2010 were not paid for their work. Prospects a
You think your boss is bad......
What kind of boss you get is a bit of a lottery – and we have all had a few bad ones. But we have found a blog that shows just how dow
Engineering grads taking unrelated jobs
Shocking statistics have emerged showing that nearly a quarter of all UK engineering graduates are stuck in non-graduate jobs or unskilled p
With no EMA are less people going to college?
Less people are going to college because of the scrapped education maintenance allowance. Principals in some areas are noticing lower enr
Using social media to bag a job
There is a popular myth that two-thirds of all available jobs aren’t advertised, that is to say the majority of vacancies are filled throu
It’s a fact – rejection is painful. But in today’s competitive job market, unless you have everything going for you (and we mean every
Graduates – be worth employing
Despite a record level of graduates searching for jobs last year, over 10,000 graduate jobs were left unfilled last year with reluctant empl
Top 10 jobs in Britain revealed
If you’ve got aspirations to work in marketing once you’ve graduated, or if you’re already heading that way post-university, you’re ...
Watch out grads: these companies aren’t paying the National Minimum Wage
The Government has named and shamed 70 UK employers that haven’t been paying their workers the National Minimum Wage. The wo...
Six inspiring lessons from volunteering overseas with ICS Entrepreneur
For the past 3 months Pete has been volunteering in Nairobi, Kenya with VSO ICS Entrepreneur. ICS Entrepreneur is a UK government funded...
Is this Britain’s best intern opportunity? Ministry of Sound launches new internship
The Ministry of Sound is launching an internship that might just be the most exciting that is available anywhere in the UK. The...
Pub chef apprenticeship launched
A new apprenticeship for pub chefs has been launched in order to tackle a skills shortage. Industry leaders the British Institu...
Case Study: Demi Gamba, RED Driving School
‘I’d love to teach Bradley Cooper how to drive!’ We talk to one of RED’s most successful female driving instructors about the ins an...
Seeing the world with Emirates
If you’ve always dreamed of travelling the world (and getting paid for it), we have some good news for you – world-leading airline Emira...
Making a great first impression
You’re always going to make a first impression. It might as well be great. Meeting people for the first time isn’t easy. Especi...
UK teachers earn £3,500 more than other workers at beginning of their careers
A new survey has revealed the higher than average starting salaries enjoyed by teachers in the UK. Whilst the average worker i...
Forum for women in technology to be held in London in March
A huge forum for women in technology will see 600 delegates meet to share skills and stories in London this March. The inaugur...
The Big Choice is proudly powered by