Work experience is key for employers but not many offer work experience placements
The perception of chess as a game reserved for the intellectual elite could not be further from the truth
Being a governor can take over your life, whether you intend it or not.
How are children with SEN are supported?
Universities activity fuels many significant benefits to society and the economy
Great Walstead School’s Marketing Manager, Adrian Ashby, on the origin of education in a neoliberal economy
Hurstpierpoint College has been an education success story with a 100% growth in student numbers over the last decade
Our county’s Further Education Colleges all seem to have merged together or have plans to do so.
The choice of schools is currently greater than ever before
Lancing College offers some tips on making the most of school Open Days
Hurstpierpoint College places great emphasis on readying students for the world of work, even if university is the chosen path.
Surrey Business School launches first UK Centre for Management Learning
Lewes District Business Awards return for a fourth year running
ACES Magazine asked Director, Stephen Burkes about the new company, Sussex Skills Solutions
Connecting people across the world of business, with Surrey Business School
Building lives for the future at Guildford College
An exclusive interview with Julie Kapsalis, Vice Principal at Chichester College
A campaign for setting up rewards for students has been set up to raise inspiration levels
Students and parents at Hurstpierpoint College recently raised over Åí20,000 for three children’s charities.
The University of Brighton is launching a new student prize scheme, the Breakthrough Awards.
Under Young Enterprise’s flagship Company Programme, students find out what it’s really like to set up and run a business
Students from the University of Portsmouth Business School has won a competition for its contribution to the region’s offshore wind farm industry
The Headmaster of Roedean, Oliver Blond, has improved facilities and results
Students at Portsmouth Business School recently spent a week learning from those who have experienced one of the world’s most tumultuous economies.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary, Ian Trevett spoke to the Headmaster, Tim Manly, and Registrar, Debs Treyer-Evans, who was originally appointed to oversee the transition to a fully co-ed school.
The man who trains and leads people with disabilities to conquer mountains at the highest level of the sport is the guest speaker at Portsmouth Business School on April 20.
The University of Brighton is looking for professional placement opportunities for its students in East and West Sussex.
Having been a successful policeman in the London Metropolitan Police Force for some years, Chris Yorke looked for an opportunity to help him build on the skills he had acquired and develop knowledge to take his career in a different direction.
New initiative by the Business Development department of Northbrook College…
Maarten Hoffmann meets Dr Malcolm Parry, CEO and MD of the Surrey Research Park
The University of Brighton has set up a new base in the Manor Royal Business District in Crawley…
The year away from the campus now has the slicker title of a professional placement…
Solartron Metrology named as a finalist in national Employer of the Year Awards…
Tim Manly, Headmaster of Hurst, on politics, Eton, social mobility and the importance of giving.
Marketing manager for the University of Brighton Robbie Vella debates the graduate skills gap…
Do universities prepare students for business? Universities are…
Young Enterprise is the largest business and enterprise education charity in the UK…
Can academics and businesspeople talk the same language?
Hurstpierpoint College have put an excellent careers advice and work experience programme in place…
What can businesses do today to help prepare tomorrow’s workforce for employment?