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  1. 22 Jan 2016

    Review of Tier 2

    In 2015, the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) was commissioned to review Tier 2 of the points-based system to address concerns about the rising number of migrants in that route and reliance on them to fill shortages. The review was split into two parts:

    Analysis of Salary Thresholds

    Balancing migrant selectivity, investment in skills and impacts on UK productivity and competitiveness

  2. 26 Jan 2016

    Skills Awards: Sharing good practice

    This section is intended to hold information relating to both the development and the delivery of skills awards. The resources have been made available to share good practice amongst the skills awards community and AGCAS members.

  3. 11 Jan 2016

    Creative economy employment in the EU and UK: A comparative analysis

    This report compares the size and growth of the creative industries of the EU, UK and other member states between 2011 and 2013. Where possible, it also provides estimates of the number of workers employed in the creative industries plus those employed in creative occupations outside of the creative industries.

  4. 17 Dec 2015

    Careers guidance for young people

    This set of resources brings together a mixture of statutory guidance, government responses to consultations and reports from relevant careers bodies relating to careers guidance for young people.

  5. 4 Jan 2016

    Steps to Postgraduate Study

    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.

  6. 9 Dec 2015

    Supply and demand for higher-level skills

    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.

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