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A significant number of trainees feel that their working conditions could be improved and that the learning content of their traineeship is insufficient, according to a new survey.
Delegates from more than 30 countries will meet in Geneva to discuss a series of issues related to the chemical industry.
Barclays have been named best service provider and overall winner of the Disability Standard 2013. Barclays have consistently worked to attract disabled employees across their business, rather than just one area.
Analox Group, the world-recognised developer and manufacturer of gas analysis equipment, is planning to double the size of its engineering design team in 2014, creating up to nine new jobs.
The world is moving towards economic recovery and engineers work throughout industries is crucial to business revival all over the globe
The oil and gas industry has continued to add jobs through multiple recessions, as other industries struggled to keep their businesses open.
A new graduate internships scheme to help businesses get off to the best possible start has been launched by the University of Essex and Santander Universities.
New research from Amway UK has revealed that 25 is the perfect age for starting a business.
deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations, has committed to taking on double the amount of graduates from its Graduate Programme next year.
Valeo is inviting engineering students to take part in the global Valeo Innovation Challenge. The goal is to design equipment that will make the car more intelligent and intuitive.
The car industry changes rapidly - it needs people who can embrace change and challenge conventional wisdom. Find out about the latest graduate jobs.
COPA-DATA GmbH and Prozesstechnik Kropf GmbH are supporting Hof University of Applied Sciences in Germany as platinum sponsors of their entry into "Formula Student Germany"
Britain is lagging behind Europe in training women IT professionals warns leading entrepreneur.
A collaboration led by the University of York is to receive funding to train the next generation of researchers, designers, developers and entrepreneurs of digital games.
In line with Global Entrepreneurship Week, Simon Wright, Talent Executive at the BBC Academy shares his top tips for young entrepreneurs keen to get into the media industry.
The University of Law announces its new ‘Law First’ scholarship scheme which will provide 74 awards worth a total of £300,000 to the most academically gifted students.
Glion Institute of Higher Education has been ranked among the top three best hospitality schools for preparing students for an international career in hospitality management.
A new course at UWE Bristol aimed at producing graduates with degrees plus experience of running their own businesses has just welcomed its first cohort of 37 students.