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Why doing a short course before university can help international students enhance their employability long term

One of our aims here at GradLink, is to show international students and graduates how to increase their employability and reach their career potential after university. It’s important not only to focus on what skills employers are looking for, but how you can increase your options by being proactive during your university course or, in this case, before starting a UK degree. Today we’re looking at short courses in the UK, what they are and how they can help you reach your career goals.

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By Jen Garmston Published: July 19, 2019

Amazon to Invest an Additional $US3b into India

We have spoken before about the internet and tech start-ups that are expanding India’s job market and overall prospects. It seems now that India’s growing online marketplace is attracting attention from transnational brands.

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By David Gee
Published: June 23, 2016

EY, PwC, Deloitte and KPMG Poaching Competition

Competition is fierce in India and not just for hopeful graduates. The Economic Times of India has uncovered that as multinational companies continue to grow exponentially, the practice of poaching rival’s rising stars does as well. This marks great news for Indian graduates hoping to find work at home. 

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By David Gee
Published: June 14, 2016

Internet and Tech Start-Ups Expanding Indian Job Market

Are you a graduate with great ideas, looking to break into the tech industry? Studies have shown that India is an increasingly attractive employment option both in terms of opportunity and future growth. 

Forbes India has reported that employment options in India are set to rise significantly over the next few months to September, with ecommerce and technology start-ups leading the way with job production. 

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By David Gee
Published: June 14, 2016

India 5th globally in green energy jobs

India ranks fifth in the world in renewable energy (RE) job creation, with 416,000 employed in the sector during 2015. In the world, 8.1 million persons are employed in the clean energy space. China tops the list with 3.5 million, followed by Brazil with 918,000.

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By Business Standard
Published: June 05, 2016

UK employers are seeking foreign graduates to fill the skills gap in finance and tech jobs

According to the latest research, technical sectors such as finance, data and analysis are showing a substantial shortage of British graduates. Therefore, companies looking at talent from abroad to fill gaps, according to Emolument, a salary benchmarking website, analysed data from 32,000 establishments.

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By Independent
Published: May 24, 2016

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