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AGCAS Awards for Excellence shortlists announced

The shortlisted nominations for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2011 have been announced.

Nominations were received in 15 different categories for a wide range of projects from AGCAS member services in all parts of the UK.

AGCAS President, Anne-Marie Martin, said:

'We received more nominations than ever before and arriving at the shortlists has been incredibly difficult. It's evidence, if we need it, of the fantastic work that's taking place in careers and employability work in higher education. Anybody who has been shortlisted should feel very proud and make sure that people both inside and outside their institutions hear of their success. There were also some excellent nominations that didn't make it and, over the coming weeks and months, we'll be encouraging members to write up their projects for the AGCAS website.'

The winners will be announced at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2011, which takes place at The University of Nottingham in September.

View the shortlist

AGCAS awards encourage, reward and share good practice amongst HE careers practitioners by promoting high-quality, creative, innovative and collaborative projects and high professional standards across the full range of HE careers work.


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