Quarter of England and N Ireland graduates in school-leaver jobs

Many graduates lack numeracy and literacy skills expected from degree, OECD boss says. One in four graduates in England and Northern Ireland are working in jobs for which they are

Working-class lecturers should come out of the closet

Too many poorer students feel they don’t fit in at university. We need more academics proud to be from a similar background. As the new university year approaches, it seems the

Relax rules on foreign students staying to find work in UK, report says

Migration advisory committee says number of international students could be increased. British universities and business have criticised the government’s chief migration

Industrial gas prices set to rise as Bangladesh joins LNG importers club

The authorities will raise gas prices for connections to industrial units ‘very soon’ as the supply of imported liquefied natural gas or LNG has started. Prices of gas to

Jukto Front, Gono Forum announce five-point demand ahead of election

The Jukto Front alliance and the Gono Forum have urged people to unite for a five-point charter of demands, including non-partisan election-time government, reforms to the

BNP has lost people is support and goes whining to the UN

Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader says that the BNP has gone whining to the UN in an effort to return to power because it has lost people’s support. The road

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