Graduates looking for recruitment in Scotland's life sciences
industry may be interested to hear that a new programme has been
launched to help unemployed science graduates learn new
The Science Graduates for Work programme was launched yesterday
(March 1st) to help talented graduates unfortunate enough to have
not found work yet to learn valuable laboratory skills and to be
taught about industrial awareness in the workplace.
Said programme, run by Forth Valley College will combine
college-based work with a work attachment at a life sciences
company, with three major firms already lending their
Keith Brown, the minister for skills and lifelong learning, said:
"We know that we have the talent and it is through programmes, such
as Science Graduates for Work, that we will ensure they find a way
to transfer their skills into the workplace and that Scotland's
life sciences industry continues to flourish."
Science is becoming increasingly less popular at academic
institutions and candidates with the right skills could find
themselves highly sought after in the degree-level job
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