NCUB Twitter Chat for those in the agricultural, university and business sectors to discuss a topic that is currently an area of focus for the NCUB Food Economy Task Force.

The problem of youth unemployment in the European Union is not new - read the blog, analysing these problems affecting young people all across Europe.

Search for a placement on ncub.co.uk

If you're a recent or soon-to-be graduate looking for a placement opportunity, take a look at our index of useful websites.

SEPnet: Growing UK physics placements

This year saw a huge increase in physics undergraduates registering for SEPnet summer placements. Students are getting the message that they need to gain relevant work experience.

Work experience essential for employability

Work experience is essential for student employability – businesses and universities must increase collaboration to provide the best chances for students to benefit from work-based learning opportunities.

Chairs' Breakfasts

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City Unrulyversity: free pop-up tech city university

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Open innovation – more than just a ‘soft skill’

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 The Nestlé Academy

The Nestlé Academy was launched in November 2011 to grow our own pipeline of high performing talent, to develop the future food leaders of tomorrow.

Exchanging university expertise with business - for growth and prosperity

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Professional skills required by undergraduates in today’s workplace

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The National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) is an independent and not-for-profit membership organisation that promotes, develops and supports university-business collaboration across the UK.

The Brighton Fuse

The Brighton Fuse Report  provides deep empirical evidence of the economic impact of arts and humanities skills as drivers of innovation and growth in the digital economy.