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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.
The annual QS TopMBA.com Jobs and Salary Trends Report, released on TopMBA.com, reveals a near-global rise in MBA salaries and compensation around the world.
ESMT European School of Management and Technology and Ernst & Young (EY) have strengthened their cooperation. EY supports Executive MBA track “Managing Business Integrity”.
Financial institutions are desperately scrambling to ensure the well being of their employees since the shocking deaths of a 21-year-old banking intern and chief finance officer.
Four out of ten current university students are now in full or part-time employment to help cover university costs, according to new research from Santander Current Accounts.
As City regulators focus on increasing senior-level diversity in UK companies – the Financial & Legal Skills Partnership is already enabling the most recent cohort of women to develop their strengths.
European School of Management and Technology provides innovative financing opportunities for international MBA candidates.
The University of Salford has signed a partnership agreement with global banking group Santander which will provide funding for overseas scholarships and support for student entrepreneurs.
Only one in eight UK university students would pick working for an SME as their top career choice, despite the role UK SMEs play in national employment.
A survey of nearly 4,000 finance professionals reveals their confidence in domestic and global economies, and perceptions of their organization’s performance.
Vlerick Business School’s Masters in Financial Management programme has entered the Top 25 of the Financial Times ‘Masters in Finance’ ranking.
Budding lawyers should know what they''re up against before embarking on a career in law, according to the Law Society.
CEOs from a cross-section of UK business express a belief that a lack of engagement among the country’s bosses may be having a harmful effect on British business.
According to eFinancialCareers latest survey, UK finance professionals are amongst the least stressed in Europe.
New scholarships at Chicago Booth School of Business target executives at non-profit firms.
With earnings dipping 10%, and 2 of every 5 finance professionals in the UK ready to jump ship, is a career in the City losing its appeal?
''Go hard or go home'' - that’s what a seasoned financial services industry professional of 30 years is telling those currently joining the sector.
Building on the success of its 2012 National Apprenticeship pilot programme, Lloyds Banking Group hopes to expand the programme to a 1,000 apprentices for 2013.
Migration experts are advising Brits who are struggling in the UK to look to New Zealand where salaries will jump by a fifth.
The UK economy relies increasingly upon its financial services sector, yet the city is increasingly under attack from both politicians and the press.
Entrepreneurs across Britain are being urged to enter the race to find the country’s best University student and graduate businesses, and compete for a £50,000 investment and mentoring prize
Collective international action is needed for economic recovery, says ILO Director-General, Guy Ryder, at a landmark ILO-Russia Decent Work conference.
In 2011, 119.6 million people, or 24.2% of the population, in the EU27 were at risk of poverty or social exclusion, compared with 23.4% in 2010 and 23.5% in 2008.
Direct Line Group is one of the largest providers of insurance jobs in the UK and has launched a section on their website dedicated to graduate programmes.
The eFinancialCareers Virtual Graduate Fair, taking place on 7th November, is an online career fair where students, graduates and employers can interact with each other in a live environment.
The Vice-President of The European Commission is scheduled to hold a press conference in Strasbourg about plans for mandatory quotas for women in the boardroom.
The European SME Week 2012 will take place from 15 - 21 October and provides information on what the EU and national authorities are offering as support to small and medium-sized businesses.
Voted the top graduate employer for a record-breaking ninth consecutive year, PwC is welcoming the last of the 1,200 new graduate joiners through its doors this October.
eFinancialCareers has looked at what financial services firms and recruiters are searching for, and reveals the top 10 most wanted skills in financial services in the UK.
Britian''s white workers are paid more than ethnic minorities and the hourly pay gap has more than doubled in the 15 years to 2008.
The image of entrepreneurship given by TV shows like Dragons’ Den and The Apprentice is frequently misleading and putting some people off from starting their own business
Birmingham City University’s commitment to graduate employability has stepped up a gear thanks to a scheme that offers students and businesses the opportunity to partner up in a work-based degree.
Despite, or perhaps because of the recession, accountancy careers remain a viable option and the good news is that a degree is not an essential requirement.
A recent poll from eFinancialCareers reveals that nearly 68% of finance professionals don’t love their job.
Training programme looks to empower women with the tools they need to progress in a rapidly changing environment.
An article on the role of masculinity in the ongoing financial crisis has been published in the July issue of Organisation journal.
European Union proposes €8.1 billion investment in research and innovation to create growth and jobs.
PwC has announced its intention to offer 60 Apprenticeships in its tax practice, the first firm to offer places under the new professional services Higher Apprenticeship framework.
Our ‘gut feelings’ influence our decisions, overriding ‘rational’ thought, when we are faced with financial offers that we deem to be unfair, according to a new study.
Women working in financial services in the UK earned on average 21% less than men in 2011.
Reims Management School in France offers Europe’s first MBA programme with a fast-track to Chartered Financial Analyst® qualification.
Financial services companies need a different approach to their graduates, or risk losing out when the job market improves – PwC research
Research from totaljobs.com has revealed that a third of UK graduates have been searching for work for over six months, forcing the same percentage to claim Jobseekers Allowance.
A recent survey reveals that 70% of graduates find jobs before graduation & 76% choose to stay and work in the Netherlands.
Starting salaries for graduates are projected to decline in real terms this year, falling to the lowest levels since 2003, according to a new report.
Government must stop piling unnecessary and often silly rules and regulations on top of small businesses if the economy is to grow, said noted entrepreneur James Caan.
New research reveals what is blocking women's path to the top, and shows that despite policies and practices in place to support women, organisational attitudes are still hampering career progress.
A fresh eFinancialCareers Investment Challenge, with sponsorship from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, is now open.
The UK's Office of National Statistics has just issued its latest figures from the 2011 Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings.
Bibby Financial Services, the UK’s largest independent invoice finance specialist, has been recognised as one of the top 100 employers in the country for the second year running.
Rouen Business School has announced a new tri-continent Master of Global Business programme in partnership with the University of Victoria, Canada and Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea.
Tuck professor lists the biggest CEO blunders to avoid in 2012
A new in-depth study offers fresh insights into how successful business players teach themselves to become better and better at making money.
PeoplePerHour.com reports a rapid rise in British people taking second jobs in order to pay for winter fuel bills and overcome fuel poverty.
Durham Business School launches new executive programme with flexibility and specialisation.
Graduate entrepreneurs across Britain are being given the chance to compete for recognition and a cash and mentoring prize, with Lloyds TSB.
In response to increasing demand from graduates, The Co-operative has increased the number of places on its Graduate Leadership Programme from 19 to 27.
Prospective higher education students can learn how much it will cost them to study under the new system of fees at a special event at the University of York.
Research suggests many women in the UK are being forced to go back to work full-time or abandon their careers after having a child because of a lack of part-time work.
M&G is the third largest fund manager in the UK. Their graduate schemes are fast track programmes for future business leaders.
eFinancialCareers has launched its latest guide to careers in banking and finance, a key publication for students & graduates contemplating a career in finance.
PwC takes on a record number of graduates, after receiving 33,000 applications for all of its student schemes.
Competition to get a first job in London is getting tougher, with 75% of students surveyed saying they’d be prepared to work for free.
AAT is the UK’s leading qualification and professional membership body for accounting staff with over 120,000 members worldwide.
Students joining a new undergraduate programme at London School of Business and Finance will be guaranteed a graduate level, full-time position.
In light of tuition fees, mounting debts, and an overcrowded job market, AAT are urging people to consider ‘alternative routes’ into their chosen careers.
PwC has given 100 first year university students the chance to showcase their skills with a clear route to a full time role on the firm's graduate programme.
Crippling student debt, which will take 11 years on average to clear, is forcing almost four in ten UK graduates to put their life on hold.
HEC Paris is the worldwide leader in Executive Education programs for senior managers and executives, according to the Financial Times.
A recent study reveals that more than 4 in 10 further education students in the UK don’t know store cards are a form of debt.
According to employers, the University of Mannheim offers the best business administration and management education in Germany.
PwC has welcomed 209 new graduates this April, the highest ever number to join through its annual Spring intake.
Recruitment in financial services may have bounced back after the economic downturn, but competition for graduate positions remains tougher than ever.
Experts predict MBA hiring in the finance and consulting sectors returning to pre-recession highs in the next two years.
Qatar’s first international EMBA for senior executives was launched by HEC Paris, offering an access to world-class business and management education in Doha.
PwC still has around 50 vacancies for graduates to start working in the firm’s assurance practice in April 2011.