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Economics / Business - Career - 04.03.2013

Health - Career - 15.02.2013
National Debate for Healthcare Training
Plymouth University Peninsula Schools of Medicine and Dentistry (PU PSMD) has taken a national lead on the debate around how the healthcare professionals of the future are trained.

Economics / Business - Career - 30.01.2013

Career - Economics / Business - 25.01.2013
Survival of Euro is critical to UK dragging itself out of depression
James Mitchell says today's GDP figures show that the European Central Bank's promise to save the Euro is critical to the UK's hope that it can drag itself out of the longest "depression" in living memory.

Career - Continuing Education - 24.01.2013
Birmingham computer scientists take part in national cyber security challenge
The University of Birmingham's School of Computer Science, along with 3 other leading university computer science departments in the UK, is taking part in a unique code-breaking competition as part of this year's Cyber Security Challenge UK.

Career - Event - 23.01.2013
HR Excellence in Research
Cardiff's commitment to improving the working conditions and career development for research staff has been recognised and reaffirmed.

Health - Career - 18.01.2013

Career - Continuing Education - 16.01.2013
University repeats success in equality survey
University repeats success in equality survey
The 2013 Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, the results of which were announced yesterday, ranks the University joint eleventh, the highest placed higher education institution (HEI) ahead of Liverpo

Career - Continuing Education - 15.01.2013

Career - Economics / Business - 19.12.2012
Jobs are the Dish of the Day for unemployed youngsters
Jobs are the Dish of the Day for unemployed youngsters
19 Dec 2012 The University has launched its first ever 'Skills Academy' aimed at helping unemployed youngsters in Manchester to find their feet in this growing industry.

Career - 18.12.2012
Mind the Gap – Exploring New Dimensions of Inequality
Mind the Gap – Exploring New Dimensions of Inequality
Women's occupations are healthier, permit greater access to higher status networks, and involve working with better-educated people than men's occupations.

Career - Economics / Business - 17.12.2012
University serves up a brighter future for young caterers
University serves up a brighter future for young caterers
17 Dec 2012 The University has launched its first ever 'Skills Academy' aimed at helping unemployed youngsters in Manchester to find their feet in this growing industry.

Continuing Education - Career - 26.11.2012

Career - 20.11.2012
What is the future for the South Wales Valleys?
What is the future for the South Wales Valleys?
Two important messages for the future of the South Wales Valleys will be shared by Kevin Morgan, from the University's School of Planning and Geography at the 2012 Keir Hardie public lecture in Aberdare this Friday.

Career - History / Archeology - 15.11.2012
Tapestry is more than its seams
Tapestry is more than its seams
Alex Makin –a professional embroiderer who was trained at one the country's most prestigious institutions – says the same group of people were likely to have worked on the 70-metre-long masterpiece under the same manager or managers.

Career - 12.11.2012
Report offers new guidance on family involvement of child abuse case reviews
Child protection professionals are to be offered new guidance on how best to involve families in the case reviews that follow the death or serious injury of a child as a result of abuse or neglect.

Career - Linguistics / Literature - 12.11.2012
Dark and brooding border image wins public vote
Dark and brooding border image wins public vote
An image of hundreds of birds flying over a soviet-era war memorial in the Ukraine has been voted as Manchester's best Image of Research.

Career - 01.11.2012
Campus car-wash drives new jobs into Manchester
Campus car-wash drives new jobs into Manchester
UniValet launched earlier today, and this unique social enterprise will provide paid on-the-job training for local people who have been without a job for some time or who may have never worked.

Health - Career - 05.10.2012
GP’s need to recognise occupational asthma
A new report published today in the scientific journal, Occupational Medicine, finds that many people who develop work related asthma are not correctly diagnosed by GPs.

Career - 04.10.2012
Effective communication is about more than simply pronunciation, says a Concordia-University of Bristol research team
Effective communication is about more than simply pronunciation, says a Concordia-University of Bristol research team
With immigration on the rise, the use of English as a second language is sweeping the world. People who have grown up speaking French, Italian, Mandarin or any other language are now expected to be able to communicate effectively using this new lingua franca.
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