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  1. 20 Nov 2017

    Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers consultation

    The Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers is being reviewed and views are being invited through an open consultation. This is an important document that provides guidance to Universities on how best to support the career development of their researchers.

  2. 14 Nov 2017

    Updated AGCAS content live on Prospects

    The latest batch of updated AGCAS publications is live on the Prospects website. Find out below which Job profiles and What can I do with my degree? titles have been researched and fully updated this month.

     

  3. 13 Nov 2017

    Updated Special Interest Series titles now live

    The following AGCAS Special Interest Series titles have been updated and are live on the TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad websites: Changing or leaving your course; Graduate's guide to working abroad; Postgraduate guide to studying abroad; Using your language skills; Your foundation degree...what next?; and Your HND...what next?.

  4. 6 Nov 2017

    Phoenix: Student well-being issue now available

    The latest edition of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available. The October 2017 issue focuses on student well-being at a time when increasing numbers of students are reporting anxiety and presenting with symptoms of depression and emotional fragility.

  5. 3 Nov 2017

    AGCAS office is moving

    In December last year, we launched our 2016/17 – 2018/19 strategy. As part of the next stage of developments, the AGCAS staff team are moving to a new office.

  6. 31 Oct 2017

    New and updated AGCAS titles live on Prospects

    The latest batch of updated AGCAS publications is live on the Prospects website. This includes eight brand new Job profiles: biotechnologist, chef, data scientist, nanotechnologist, pathologist, stylist (fashion and product styling), surgeon and web content manager. 

  7. 27 Oct 2017

    AGCAS supports a ban on unpaid work experience or placements longer than four weeks

    On Friday 27 October 2017, there is a second reading of Lord Holmes of Richmond’s Private Members’ Bill in the House of Lords, which proposes a ban on unpaid work experience or internships lasting more than four weeks.

    The Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) supports this proposal. 

  8. 24 Oct 2017

    What do graduates do? shows graduate unemployment rate lowest since 1989

    The latest edition of What do graduates do? has shown that a robust graduate jobs market combined with a sharp rise in students taking postgraduate courses has led to the lowest graduate unemployment rate since 1989. 

  9. 19 Oct 2017

    AGCAS launches the latest edition of What Happens Next? A report on the first destinations of 2015 disabled graduates

    AGCAS has published the latest edition of What Happens Next? A report on the first destinations of 2015 disabled graduates. The report compares the employment outcomes of disabled and non-disabled university leavers six months after graduating.

     

  10. 17 Oct 2017

    Updated country profiles live on TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad

    The following AGCAS Country Profiles have been updated and are live on the
    TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad websites: working and studying in Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway and Poland.

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