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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
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.
This document outlines the eligibility of AGCAS members to represent AGCAS on an international stage. This is in line with the internationalisation strand of the proposed AGCAS strategy 2016 - 2019, which sees internationalisation as a key strategic priority in order for AGCAS to become experts in graduate international labour markets.
The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) has published a report linking UK policy initiatives to the EHEA and Bologna Process. The report extracts the themes of risk, employability, benefits and competences from a series of workshops which ended earlier this year.
This handy booklet includes key statistics on international students and higher education. Facts and figures cover a range of areas, from where international students want to study, to which countries undertake most internationally-collaborative research.
This guide has been prepared by the lnternationalisation Task Group, in association with Gya Williams Immigration, to help employers consider recruiting international graduates from UK universities. Its aim is to provide an overview of the key schemes in place in April 2016.
This report outlines the profiles of UK-domiciled first degree undergraduate students (who graduated in 2013/14 and responded to the DLHE) who spent time abroad during their degree programme studying, working or volunteering, and where they went.
This series of three UK Competitive Advantage reports on international students examines the UK's comparative position with respect to international student recruitment and the international student experience at undergraduate, postgraduate taught and postgraduate research levels.
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
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.
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