This week is The London Graduate Fair organised by CoSector – University of London – the biggest national graduate recruitment fair in London this Autumn.

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Have you pre-registered your place yet for Manchester's biggest graduate careers fair? Well, now is the time - don't miss out...

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Don't miss the London Graduate Fair this Wednesday 21st June at Senate House. Meet over 75 prospective employers and training providers across many sectors. Register now to get your free ticket...

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Have you heard of the Graduate Recruiters Network? Set up by GRB in January 2009 we have over 1,300 graduate recruitment professionals who discuss topics that matter to their role via an online forum...

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Read the amazing career trajectory of a Mathematics and Computer Science graduate from The University of Nottingham GRB placed in 2003.

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Funny Networking Work

Ready to feel old and amazed after reading just one article? We've gathered some of the most successful young entrepreneurs - and we mean young - so you can regret spending all that time playing The...

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Recruiters of graduates were treated to two revealing and complementary presentations at the latest meeting of the GRB sponsored Graduate Recruiters Network.

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For recent graduates, summer is a time for relaxing and taking a well-earned break from the stress of final year university. But unfortunately, after all that chill time you need to re-join the real...

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Networking

Beepurple is the University of Brighton's entrepreneurship programme open to all students, alumni and staff. As Dan Hawes, GRB Co-founder, is a Brighton alumni we were delighted to be asked to judge...

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Finding a graduate job can be a lengthy, tedious task. But, never fear; with an initial time investment you can improve your day to day efficiency dramatically with steps...

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The Graduate Recruitment Bureau brings to you The Top 100 Graduate Recruiters Social Media Accounts for you to watch, follow, stalk, snoop but of course most importantly engage in your job hunt!

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LinkedIn is widely known as the Facebook for professionals but as a graduate or even under-graduate there is a huge potential networking opportunity screaming out to you. If you are ready to take on...

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At this stage in the year, you're probably settled into your graduate job and starting to make a few friends around the office, lab or site within the company you're working for. With friends come...

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The University of Bristol has recently conducted a study, the results of which suggest that students at state schools do better at university than students who have come from private schools, however...

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In the future, when I think back to university, I know that instead of remembering the nights I stayed up writing essays in time for a next-day deadline, cramming for exams and receiving a third in a...

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One of the most important points to remember about a graduate job is that it is not simply a job, but a foundation for the rest of your career. Therefore, you need to spend considerable time...

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As the world is getting smaller every day, there is little doubt about the benefits of being well connected internationally not only for companies, but also for you as individuals.

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A recent survey conducted by one of the country's foremost graduate recruiters, Ernst and Young, indicates the importance for UK graduates to build on innate character strengths and personality...

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LinkedIn, the business-related social networking site (basically a serious Facebook), was launched in May 2003. Since then, it has welcomed more than 120 million registered users (including graduate...

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Last week, the Times, Telegraph and the Times of India all reported on a recent study carried out by Aldi Graduate Recruitment, which has confirmed that the issue of nepotism in the British workplace...

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