What is The Gateway?
Evolved from the renowned business and careers newspaper, The Gateway allows bright students from top universities to convert their potential and ambition into an exciting career in business.
Our acclaimed editorial content, available on our website and iPhone app, helps readers build commercial awareness, make informed career choices, and prepare for the application process. Hundreds of profiles, interviews and case studies provide unrivalled access to key graduate employers across the business world.
The Gateway makes it easier than ever to browse and filter the latest graduate jobs, paid internships, and work experience opportunities. Custom email alerts and notifications ensure amazing opportunities never go unnoticed.
What we offer employers
You can list jobs on our website for less than you might think. If you really want your roles to stand out, you can feature them on our industry pages, and email them to the relevant members of our database of subscribers.
If you’re interested in becoming involved in our content one of our experienced writers can help introduce your business and graduate roles to a new, eager audience. We'll guide you through the process of producing an article about your graduate programme, internship, a particular project, or the company as a whole.
For more information, call Richard Wood on 020 7871 4429 or email moc.enilnoyawetageht@drahcir.
The Gateway newspaper
The Gateway newspaper was published between 2008 and 2014 and distributed to 15 top universities across the UK. It was published fortnightly during university term time and available free at academic departments, libraries and student common rooms.
In 2014 we decided to focus exclusively on our digital products as a way to further expand our reach and make The Gateway more accessible than ever before.
The Gateway story
The Gateway was founded in September 2007 by three undergraduates at Oxford University. The founders identified a niche for a new student newspaper modelled as a “Financial Times for students” to help students better understand the world of business and finance and introduce the City’s key employers.
Following its success at Oxford, The Gateway soon expanded to 15 UK universities from the start of 2008, broadening its content to include a wider range of commercial awareness articles and career insights. It earned a reputation for the high quality of its editorial content.
Now exclusively digital, The Gateway remains committed to helping ambitious students attain their chosen career in business, and allowing top gradute employers access to UK’s most sought-after graduates.
The Gateway is run by an independent team based in London.
For employers advertising enquires, contact Richard Wood on 020 7871 4429 or email moc.enilnoyawetageht@drahcir