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5 Apr 2017
Phoenix is the AGCAS journal, produced three times a year in February, June and October.
The latest issue is February 2017: Placements
The next issue is June 2017: Supporting postgraduate students
26 Jan 2017
This annual survey aims to build an informative dataset of the graduate labour market as it evolves and develops over time. The AGCAS survey is unique as it taps directly into the practical knowledge and experience of the graduate labour market from the leaders of higher education careers and employability services throughout the UK.
28 Nov 2016
Updated by the AGCAS Teaching and Related Professions Task Group and published in the TARGETpostgrad Teaching publication and online on TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad, this series includes Routes into Teaching, Getting a Teaching Job, Education Alternatives, Teaching in Scotland, Teaching in Wales and Teaching in Northern Ireland.
11 Nov 2016
Published annually, What Do Graduates Do? uses statistics drawn from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey (DLHE), which is conducted by every university in the UK each year to try and establish what every graduate is doing six months after graduation. What Do Graduates Do? is the result of a close collaboration between AGCAS and Prospects, on behalf of the Higher Education Careers Service Unit (HECSU).
Key findings from the lastest edition of What do Graduates Do? (2016) show that the graduate jobs market is at its strongest since 2007.
24 Oct 2016
This document shares the outcomes of HESA's #NewDLHE consultation, which was launched in May 2016 to help determine what should replace the current DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) survey, as part of the fundamental review of destinations and outcomes data for graduates from higher education.
19 Oct 2016
Universities UK has produced the final report of the Social Mobility Advisory Group, which was set up with the aim of identifying practical ways to address inequality in higher education. It has highlighted the need for a rigorous evidence-based approach to social mobility, the importance of evaluation to inform and shape future work and that sustained change can only be achieved through collaboration and partnership between universities, schools, colleges and employers.
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