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26 Jan 2016
4 Jan 2016
This online guide to taught postgraduate study, developed by the four higher education funding bodies (HEFCE, SFC, HEFCW and DELNI) in conjunction with CRAC, offers information and advice to prospective students on study options, finance and other practical matters. It also covers the benefits of study at this level.
9 Dec 2015
This Universities UK report provides a general analysis of the supply and demand for higher-level skills. It asks whether there are too many or too few graduates, whether their subject choice is suited to future labour market requirements, and to what extent they are lacking the general employability, practical and technical skills required by a modern knowledge economy.
13 Jul 2015
This e-book has been developed to help all those who are considering undertaking a PhD. The focus is on using career decision-making approaches to assess and prepare for this rather than on the choice of research topic.
15 Jun 2015
This guide, produced by the QAA, examines how HE providers can support international students studying in the UK and enhance their experience. It is aimed at all staff with responsibility for international students or who engage with them, including student advisers, international officers, student services managers and careers advisers.
2 Jun 2015
How will employees interact with their places of work in 25 years from now? The Smart Workplace 2040 anticipates important changes to our working environment and has far-reaching consequences for organisatons.
23 Feb 2015
This guidance for the teaching and support of students experiencing mental health difficulties draws on evidence and practice from within the higher education sector and reports from government and the health and voluntary sectors.
10 Sep 2014
This study presents the results of a detailed survey highlighting the experiences and issues facing early career researchers (ECRs) in the arts and humanities who initially pursue a career in the higher education (HE) sector. These include those funded through short-term and/or teaching funding as well as those supported on AHRC-funded projects or through the British Academy Post-doctoral Fellowships scheme.
10 Sep 2014
Should I Stay or Should I Go? An investigation of graduate regional mobility in the UK and its impact upon early career earnings
This paper uses HESA data from the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey 2003/04 to examine whether more mobile students (in terms of choice of institution and location of employment) earn more than those who are less mobile.
4 Dec 2013
This report, and the surveys that created it, aims to create an environment in HE where recruiters of all sizes are seen by students as equally valid career choices. The report expresses the views, opinions and suggestions of undergraduates and small business owners.
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