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Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 3

It’s vital to hear about a graduate programme from the decision makers and those who run the programme, but it’s also important to hear from those who have experienced it first-hand, the graduates themselves. In a three-part series of blogs, we will look at the Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of the graduates who have completed the programme and have been offered positions upon … Continue reading Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 3

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Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 1

It’s vital to hear about a graduate programme from the decision makers and those who run the programme, but it’s also important to hear from those who have experienced it first-hand, the graduates themselves. In a three-part series of blogs, we will look at the Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of the graduates who have completed the programme and have been offered positions upon … Continue reading Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 1

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Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 2

It’s vital to hear about a graduate programme from the decision makers and those who run the programme, but it’s also important to hear from those who have experienced it first-hand, the graduates themselves. In a three-part series of blogs, we will look at the Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of the graduates who have completed the programme and have been offered positions upon … Continue reading Career Discovery week insights: The Lidl graduate programme through the eyes of a graduate – Part 2

External link to gradireland survey: How are third-level students responding to the COVID-19 crisis?

gradireland survey: How are third-level students responding to the COVID-19 crisis?

gradireland conducted a survey to understand how third level students and young people are coping with the national emergency caused by COVID-19. The survey ran for a week from 25th March to 1st April on www.gradireland.com and received 716 individual responses. The large number of participants give us important insights into the morale of third-level students and what their biggest fears and worries are. Importantly, they also told us what support they need from their prospective employers and universities during the national effort against COVID-19.  We found that third level students are taking … Continue reading gradireland survey: How are third-level students responding to the COVID-19 crisis?

Trends and innovation set the agenda at gradireland Talent Masterclass

On May 17th, top recruiters representing both Irish and international companies attended the latest gradireland Graduate Talent Masterclass in the Gibson hotel to hear about the latest trends, innovation and technologies in graduate recruitment. The event was part of a continuing series of events by gradireland and their partners Cut-e. Attendees heard presentations from those working in both well established companies and start-ups in the … Continue reading Trends and innovation set the agenda at gradireland Talent Masterclass

Why languages can make a difference to your career

The gradireland languages event, Wednesday, March 4th, is a great opportunity for those with two or more languages to meet some of Ireland’s best employers, writes Fergal Browne. The GRADchances language fair, in partnership with the Higher Education Authority (HEA), is Ireland’s only dedicated language careers event, bringing together over 20 of Ireland’s top employers with bilingual and multilingual graduates and students. In an increasingly global … Continue reading Why languages can make a difference to your career

GRADchances IT event points to a bright future for technology graduates

The gradireland GRADchances IT event showcased the skills of students and the needs of employers in a vibrant and growing tech-sector, writes Fergal Browne. This event was held on January 29th at Chartered Accountants House, on Dublin’s Pearse Street, with over 70 specially selected students and five major technology employers present. “The IT sector is booming. There’s a lot of jobs out there, so it’s just a matter of … Continue reading GRADchances IT event points to a bright future for technology graduates