SUPPORTING RECENT AND SOON TO BE GRADUATES
National Graduate Week is all about celebrating graduate talent. We’re passionate about linking university students and graduates to the world of employment to give students and graduates the insights they need to make well-informed decisions.
Our resources are free for universities to use in the classroom, with The Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) at the foundation of what we do. We’re here to offer universities the support they need to guide students and graduates into employment. Each day during National Graduate Week will explore different industry sectors, graduate opportunities and the UK labour market.
CONNECTING ORGANISATIONS WITH STUDENTS AND GRADUATES
We give employers the opportunity to promote their graduate schemes and jobs. Employers from all sectors come together to showcase the diverse range of career options available upon graduation, giving employers the chance to come together to engage and inspire the future workforce.
The team behind www.NationalGraduateWeek.co.uk conducted the survey ahead of the newly launched National Graduate Week, which takes place between the 21st and 25th of September 2020, whereby more than 2,450 UK-based university students going into their final year took part in the research.
New research has uncovered that students are being forced to wait nearly two months to speak to an on-campus mental health specialist after first raising the issue to their universities. What’s more, two fifths (41%) of students who have struggled with issues relating to mental health have considered dropping off their course altogether.
The back to school team behind MyVoucherCodes surveyed 2,414 British parents, all of whom stated that they had at least one child in secondary school. The research looking into the perceptions of the current curriculum and what subjects parents think their children should be learning for their futures.
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