Universities are failing graduates, and the economy

James Caan CBE says universities need a total overhaul

Leading the way by giving back: Q&A with Hish Hamid from bp

The One Young World Ambassador and Oil & Gas UK Graduate of the Year sees social mobility as a means of breaking cycles of deprivation

Challenging stereotypes the key to more diversity in graduate recruitment

Transform Society boosts diverse talent interest in public sector careers

BAME career progression: tips on tackling barriers in the workplace

Roy Bean knows the effort to carve out a successful career in workplaces still not quite up to par on BAME career progression

CloudStratex: supporting tomorrow’s underserved talent

Tech startup CloudStratex is working to raise the aspirations of young people and ensuring they have a stake in society

New recruitment drive offers hope to tech sector minorities

FDM Group is already known for hiring and upskilling women returners, could growing demands for its consultants mean it will improve its minority recruitment policy too?

The BAME job application “boom” explained

Ethnic minority graduates are making more job applications than their white counterparts, is this a sign of growing inclusivity or are they simply battling bias?

Organisation goes remote to solve journalism’s diversity issue

A mentorship scheme for journalists has gone online during lockdown. Will it help open up the sector to BAME and working-class candidates?

Turbulent year leaves most students worried about career prospects

Life has not been easy for students in 2020 and many are concerned or uncertain about what the future holds, says Urban Jungle CEO

Help stamp out bias in the graduate recruitment cycle

Be part of the movement to evolve the graduate recruitment process in British businesses for future graduates