Welcome to the Internationalisation community
This community is for careers professionals working with international students and graduates. It is intended as a forum for sharing and discussing issues, resources and good practice relating to international students and graduates, both within an HE careers setting and in the wider context.
Sussex wins AGCAS Award for Student Engagement 2016
The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Student Engagement, sponsored by CareerHub, is the University of Sussex's Careers and Employability Service for its First-Generation Scholars (FGS) Scheme, which addresses barriers to career success and progression.
As part of the scheme, FGS students are offered a comprehensive range of unique, funded career development opportunities to address a potential lack of social and cultural capital and encourage more favourable employability outcome.
The University of Edinburgh Careers Service was crowned the winner of the AGCAS Award for Internationalisation, sponsored by UKCISA, at the 2016 AGCAS Awards for Excellence. The Caree...
The results of the AGCAS Member Services Resources Survey 2016 have now been collated and analysed. The purpose of this research was to explore the strategic positioning of careers serv...
- AGCAS South East Practitioner’s Conference
- AGCAS Awards for Excellence: 2016 shortlists announced
- More graduates working in professional services, reveals DLHE 2014/15
- AGCAS Executive Director update: strategy and policy work (June 2016)
- AGCAS response to the EU referendum
- Developing your Global Career webinar series
- AGCAS Executive Director update: consultations and reports (May 2016)
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India Visit - A Report on the AGCAS and NASES PMI2 Visit to India
This report covers the PMI2-funded visit to India by representatives from AGCAS and NASES during February 2010. A team of nine careers professionals undertook a range of visits in three major citie... More details ›
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If you'd like to talk to other AGCAS members about topics related to this community, contact the AGCAS Internationalisation Task Group.
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