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Managing student work experience - new qualification

A new Postgraduate Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma in Managing Student Work Experience is now open for business. A modular professional qualification run and accredited by the University of Reading's Careers Study department, this new qualification will stand alongside the existing AGCAS qualifications.

Research into placement and work experience
AGCAS's Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group is undertaking research on behalf of AGCAS into work based learning related topics. If you have a specific interest in this area, or your institution is currently undertaking a project in this field and would like the task group to contribute ideas and information, please contact the group's Chair, Michelle Kavan

AGCAS at the ASET conference - international students and work experience
Representatives from AGCAS's Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group and Calli Amiras, International Careers Consultant at Brunel University, joined forces to deliver a workshop on the provision of work experience for international students at ASET's conference earlier this month. 

Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group vacancy

The AGCAS Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group has a vacancy for a new member. If you are interested in work based learning and/or are currently in a role that supports students looking for placements/internships, the group would like to hear from you. 

Graduate internship plans announced

The government has made a long-awaited announcement on its plans for graduate internships. The package of measures to help combat graduate unemployment will include opportunities for both paid and unpaid work experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Employability - a key issue for students
The National Student Forum (NSF) has produced its second annual report in which it reports on students' current experiences and sets out its priorities. For the first time, employability receives a chapter of its own in which NSF recommendations to universities, government and national bodies are clearly laid out.

The National Placement & Internship Awards 2012

This year's National Placement & Internship Awards took place at City University, London on 18 January 2012. The awards were created by to recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of all stakeholders involved in undergraduate work placements and internships. Now in its third year, the event was supported for the first time by AGCAS.

ScotGrad wins AGR Work Experience Programme Award

Scotgrad, a Scottish graduate programme helping university and college graduates find paid placements, was awarded the Association of Graduate Recruiters Work Experience Programme Award 2014 at the recent AGR Student Recruitment Awards ceremony.

Students offered industry insights at Heriot-Watt

Heriot-Watt University Careers Service has produced a series of industry simulation case studies to help international students, and others, gain industry awareness without having to undertake a formal placement.

Salford graduates offered 'gateway' to employment

The University of Salford's Careers and Employability team are offering graduates a lifeline through funding won from the European Social Fund (ESF) and HEFCE. Graduate Gateway is a programme of training and work placements for graduates who have been unable to find a job after leaving university, or who are under-employed.

Unpaid internships - your views

The AGCAS poll asking whether the government should clamp down on unpaid internships generated a lively response from AGCAS members. Here, we publish the views of some of our members.

We can work it out?
AGCAS director, Martin Pennington, has written to the Times Higher with an AGCAS response to issues relating to graduate employability, employers’ expectations and the place of work experience and careers education within higher education.

International students crucial to UK graduates’ prospects

AGCAS has warned that a government clampdown on the sort of work international students are allowed to do while in the UK will affect the experience UK universities can offer both international and home-based students. It would also impact upon the job prospects of UK students and the economy as a whole.

Fireworks and networks

The difference of opinion on brokering unpaid internships is just one example of tensions in the coalition government: Nick Clegg has condemned them, saying 'we want a fair job market based on merit, not networks'; David Cameron is 'very relaxed' about offering work placements to people he knows. Gill Frigerio, Course Director of the Management of Student Work Experience programme at The University of Warwick, considers the theory behind the recent debates on social mobility and asks if it really is all about who you know.

Asidua's a winner for Ulster students

The relationship between the University of Ulster and Asidua Ltd, a software consultancy and services company based in Belfast, is a clear example of how effective collaboration between an employer, academic staff and a careers service can operate in the best interests of students.

100 companies open up work experience places

One hundred companies have signed up to Nick Clegg's social mobility strategy, pledging their firms will open up opportunities for work experience to try to bring an end to career advancement by 'who you know'.

Temps service makes recruitment easy at Canterbury Christ Church

Canterbury Christ Church University's TempShop provides an easy-access service to staff by removing the administrative burden of temp recruitment.

The future of careers advice and guidance

Tom Davie, member of the AGCAS Board of Directors and Deputy Head of the Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre at Durham University, will be a guest speaker at the Westminster Employment Forum on The future of careers advice and guidance - schools, universities and adult provision taking place on Thursday 26 April in central London.

National Careers Service for England

A new National Careers Service, which promises improved access to careers advice in England, is to be launched this week. The launch follows last week's publication of statutory guidance, which restated the importance of quality-assured careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) in schools. The government says the service will provide 'information, advice and guidance on careers, skills and the labour market, covering further education, apprenticeships and other types of training and higher education through a mix of face-to-face interviews, a telephone helpline and web-based services'.

Double win for Birmingham

The Careers and Employability Centre at the University of Birmingham is celebrating recent success, winning at both the National Placement & Internship Awards (NPIA) and the National Council for Work Experience (NCWE) Awards.

Career opportunities await graduates returning to Wales

GO Wales has a range of services designed to help graduates in Wales to make the best start to their careers this summer. The programme is a collaboration between all university careers services in Wales and is funded by the Welsh Government and European Union. Over 10,000 students and graduates have benefited from the scheme during the last ten years.

Build your own internship: student case study

In the summer of 2011, Nicholas Jack, a BPP Business School graduate, had the opportunity to build his own internship and work with serial entrepreneur Sir Eric Peacock. Nick worked on several projects during the course of his work placement, alongside completing his MSc in Finance. 

International students: where are all the placements?

Evidence from the International Student Barometer survey shows that the lack of placement opportunities is one of the most frequent criticisms by overseas students of their time in the UK. Here, members of the AGCAS Placement and Work-based Learning Task Group offer their perspectives, including both 'real' and 'perceived' reasons as to why international students have greater difficulty accessing placements.

Brave new world: 14-19 work experience in England

Changes taking place in careers provision, particularly with regard to Connexions and the introduction of the all-age National Careers Service, are already well-known to AGCAS members. But some readers may be less familiar with the proposed alterations to the status and content of work-related learning, including work experience, which may result from government proposals for 14-19 curriculum reform. Faith Muir, Regional Director at the Centre for Education and Industry (CEI) at The University of Warwick, examines the brave world of work experience - and considers the implications for HE.

Grown in Lancaster: industrial placements

Interest in courses with an integral placement has risen rapidly at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS). As the numbers have grown, staff at LMUS have adopted a much more structured approach to the support and opportunities offered to industrial placement students, which has become a unique selling point of these particular degree programmes. 

Aston's vision: placements on every course

In 2010 and 2011, Aston University had the highest percentage of all UK universities with students enrolled on courses involving integrated sandwich placements or year abroad programmes. Their ambition is to offer placements as part of every course by 2020.

Regent's College international degree placements 'key building block'

The European Business School London (EBSL), part of Regent's College London, offers compulsory 36-week placements as part of two international degree programmes. Both the BA (Hons) in International Business (BAIB) and the BA (Hons) in International Events Management (BAIEM) are unique in requiring students to complete placements in either the vacation periods, or part-time alongside their studies. This integral component of the degree ensures students graduate with the much sought-after skills employers are looking for, while avoiding any lengthening of the study period. 

Generating placements overseas for UK students

The recent report Global Graduates into Global Leaders focuses on the need for UK graduates to work across national borders, manage complex international and intercultural relationships and understand global aspects of the world of work. Instrumental in driving the number of UK students going overseas is the need to increase the number of international work and study placements available to them.

Scotland offers workplace experience to international students

The Workplace Experience Programme for International Students is a Scottish government-funded project to help international students at Scottish universities gain exposure to employers in Scotland through a range of opportunities, including work shadowing, mentoring, company visits, short projects and placements. Companies involved range from multinationals to small/medium enterprises (SMEs). As well as giving students experience of the workplace in Scotland, these opportunities also help to expand their transferable skills and develop a local network of professional contacts.

Survey reveals trust in careers services

High Fliers, in association with The Times, have released their annual review of students' perceptions of careers, career expectations and future aspirations. Over 17,000 final year students from 30 of the country's higher education league table leaders took part in The UK Graduate Careers Survey 2012. The data shows how trusted careers services are, with 93% of finalists surveyed having used the service. It also suggests more and more students are undertaking work experience and internships, supported by their careers service. 

Welsh graduates surpass stats for work experience

Figures published by High Fliers Research in The Graduate Market in 2012 state that a third of graduates secure a job with an employer after completing an internship with the company. GO Wales has surpassed this this with 65% of Welsh graduates continuing to be employed once their 10-week work placement has ended.

York placements scheme: from zero to hero

The York Management School at The University of York has committed to enhancing student employability by introducing a placement year across all undergraduate degrees, which includes compulsory placement lectures as part of the timetable. The Management Team's focus is not only to produce highly academic students, but to embed an employability mindset into them from day one.

AGCAS members win at NUE Awards

The fifth National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards), formerly known as the National Placement and Internship Awards, took place on Friday 7 March in London. The University of the West of England, Aston University and the University of Birmingham were all university award category winners.

Yorkshire Universities' Graduate Internship Scheme

Huddersfield is one of four Yorkshire institutions working in conjunction with Yorkshire Universities and Graduates Yorkshire to offer internal internships to its own graduates. Alongside Leeds Metropolitan, Bradford and York St John, the scheme offers 12 weeks' work experience to 2010 and 2011 leavers in a role linked to a graduate profession.

Queen Mary, University of London: Local work experience scheme

QM Projects, run by Queen Mary Careers, part of The Careers Group, University of London, provides its students with challenging projects in local charities. The aim is to give the student an opportunity to gain experience in their area of career interest while sharing the knowledge they've gained from their course with a local charity in need of a particular skill set. At the end of their three month project, the student is able to demonstrate initiative and give a clear, positive outcome of this work on their CV.

Careers services respond to Wilson Review

AGCAS welcomes the government's response to the Wilson Review. In its response the government has announced that it will provide some seed corn funding to support AGR and AGCAS to work in partnership on the implementation of the Wilson review recommendations aimed at AGR and AGCAS.

University of Brighton’s Internship Programme gets a boost from Santander UK

The University of Brighton runs a graduate Internship Programme aimed at increasing paid graduate-level work opportunities locally. With campuses in Brighton, Eastbourne and Hastings, local employers include large, well-known organisations such as the NHS and American Express, but there is also a high concentration of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), particularly in the digital and media industries.

QM Projects: A local work experience scheme

To enhance the employability of Queen Mary students, QM Careers, part of The Careers Group, University of London, identified a need to create new local work experience opportunities. In January 2012, QM Projects was launched. Although still in its first year, the impact of the scheme on students' employability is already being reported

TARGETjobs Breakfast News: 2:1 or nothing

The focus of the November 2012 TARGETjobs Breakfast News was on how useful a 2:1 degree classification really is when assessing graduates' suitability for a job.

Dundee careers service runners up in Guardian awards

The University of Dundee Careers Service has won runner up in the Employability Initiative Awards from The Guardian for their innovative internship programme. The Scottish Internship Graduate Certificate (SIGC) is a credit-bearing academic qualification consisting of a six-week intensive taught module and a six-month internship placement with a Scottish employer.

Yorkshire universities celebrate internship project success

The Yorkshire Universities Internship Project was developed in response to the current graduate employment environment. The higher education sector recognised a growing need for graduates with meaningful work experience, and for universities to provide effective employability development and employment opportunities. In response to this, four universities in the Yorkshire region made the decision to run an internship programme of placements within their institutions, in partnership with Yorkshire Universities.

Bournemouth heads the top ten work experience universities

Research carried out by shows that Bournemouth University tops the list of academic institutions by proportion of graduates having work experience: almost nine out of ten Bournemouth students graduating this year stated on their CV that they have spent time in a workplace.

Vacancy on the Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group

The AGCAS Placement and Work Based Learning Task Group is looking for a new member to join the group. The role is to take over the responsibilities for research and publication. The group meets twice a year in a central London location. 

AGCAS Country Profiles live on TARGETjobs and TARGETcourses

Following the official partnership between AGCAS and GTI Media, the AGCAS Publications Team is delighted to announce that 20 Country Profiles are now live on the and websites.

University of Leeds: Careers Registration scheme

The University of Leeds Careers Centre won the AGCAS Student Engagement Award and the AGCAS Excellence Award - Overall Winner at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for its Careers Registration scheme, a groundbreaking and new compulsory element to university registration, which connects students to the Careers Centre even before they start at the university.

University of Exeter: Partnership with Exeter City Football Club

The University of Exeter won the AGCAS Careers Service/Employer Partnership Award at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for their strategic partnership with Exeter City Football Club (ECFC) to provide valuable knowledge and expertise to the football club through the creation of work experience for students.

University of Ulster: Internship programmes

Employability and Marketing at the University of Ulster won the AGCAS Award for Employer Engagement (in association with AGR) for engaging employers through two key graduate internship programmes: the Professional Experience Programme (PEP); and Santander supported graduate internships with local SMEs.

New resources for placement and work-based learning

The AGCAS Placement and Work-based Learning Task Group has launched a new range of placement and work-based learning resources. Many of these examples have been created by members for colleagues at institutions where placement and work-based learning is considered core business within the university curriculum. 

AGCAS Annual Conference 2014: Bookings now open

We are delighted to announce that bookings are now open for our first AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers Professionals, which will take place at The University of Warwick, 8 - 9 September 2014. The theme of this two-day event is Change: Connectivity and Collaboration.

Win for AGCAS members at NUE Awards

The sixth National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards) took place on Friday 6 February 2015 in London. The event was organised by RMP Enterprise, sponsored by PwC and supported by AGCAS and AGR. This year's ceremony was also run in association with The Guardian.

University of the Arts London win NUE award

University of the Arts London (UAL) won Best University Careers/Employability Service at the recent National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards). The awards, which took place on Friday 6 February 2015 in London, recognise the outstanding achievements of universities, students and employers in the undergraduate employability market.

Commitment to Employability award for the University of Kent

The University of Kent Careers and Employability Service won the award for Most Improved Commitment to Employability at the recent National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards). The awards took place on Friday 6 February 2015 in London and recognise the outstanding achievements of universities, students and employers in the undergraduate employability market.

Nicola Turner awarded MBE

AGCAS member Nicola Turner, Director of Employability at Aston University, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for her services to higher education and graduate employability. Since joining Aston University in 2003, she has helped thousands of students, many from disadvantaged backgrounds, raise their aspirations and launch successful and rewarding careers. 

"I come to work every day and I do a job that I love – I thought that was as good as it gets. When I got the letter I was amazed and overwhelmed. It feels very special", Nicola commented.

Engaging SMEs at the University of Westminster

Frances Gow, Employability Manager at the University of Westminster, explains how they have developed their Talent Bank service, originally set up to give students the opportunity to apply for paid temporary and part-time vacancies on campus, to benefit both students and local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

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Ideas 4 Work Experience, Cardiff

Thu 04 Feb 2010

Ideas 4 Work Experience is back for 2010, created to provide forum for recruiting, networking and sharing information about work experience opportunities.

The event is free to both exhibitors and visitors and is open to students and graduates of all years and degree disciplines.

There are only a limited number of places available for organisations wishing to participate so please book early to avoid any disappointment.

Join us at Ideas 4 Work Experience on Thursday 4 February 2010 at Main Building, Cardiff University.

Work Experience Fair, The University of Birmingham

Wed 03 Feb 2010

The University of Birmingham Careers & Employability Centre is pleased to announce we will be hosting our annual Work Experience Fair on Wednesday 3rd February. The fair will introduce employers to some of our most career focused students looking for summer placements and work experience opportunities. Exhibiting at the fair is an ideal way for you to promote your organisation and your summer work and placement opportunities.

Durham Uni Work Experience Fair

Tue 02 Nov 2010

The aim of the Work Experience Fair is to highlight the opportunities and benefits of gaining work experience to undergraduates at Durham University.

De Montfort University Work Experience & Job Fair 2012, Leicester

Tue 24 Jan 2012

The 2012 Work Experience & Job Fair at De Montfort University is for students, graduates and alumni interested in finding part time, vacation, placement, internship and voluntary work.

MSWE Residential: Learning From Work Experience, Warwick

Tue 17 Jan 2012 to Thu 19 Jan 2012

This three-day residential will cover career development theories and explore the variety of models and frameworks available to work with clients and the skills required.  Participants will also role play their interview skills with students and provide peer to peer feedback. Tutorial sessions with the course leader will also be conducted.

Olympics 2012: Opportunities for students and graduates, London

Wed 25 Jan 2012

This is an Eastern, Southern and London AGCAS regional training event focusing on the opportunities for graduates and/or students at the 2012 London Olympics.

Deaf Futures, online

Fri 24 Feb 2012

Deaf Futures is a workshop series aimed at investigating the barriers faced by deaf students when trying to find work placements and voluntary work experiences, and the impact this has on their employability.

The University of Aberdeen Law Traineeship & Work Experience Fair

Mon 01 Oct 2012

This fair offers the chance to speak to firms about their opportunities and gain information on application procedures, entry requirements and what it's like to work with them. The fair is open to all Scots LLB and Diploma in Legal Practice students at The University of Aberdeen.

Global Experience Fair, Edinburgh

Wed 24 Oct 2012

Explore the opportunities to take part in global work experience, study or volunteering, while you are a student at Edinburgh.

‘I can’t believe how far I’ve come - I think I’ve finally found my career choice’: What makes a good placement?, Nottingham

Wed 12 Dec 2012

This event is being hosted at Nottingham Trent University as part of the Higher Education Academy's Workshop and Seminar Series 2012/2013.   

University of Kent Careers Fair

Tue 03 Nov 2015

This year, over 100 employers will be showcasing their graduate vacancies, work experience and volunteering opportunities for Kent students and graduates.

Oxford University Internship Fair

Wed 06 Nov 2013

Oxford University Internship Fair is an opportunity for a diverse range of companies to meet with undergraduates and to give insight into work experience and internship opportunities available.

Work Experience in Higher Education, Warwick

Wed 09 Apr 2014 to Fri 11 Apr 2014

A new three-day Postgraduate Diploma/MA module of the AGCAS/The University of Warwick CEIGHE qualification. Open to registrants and non-registrants (Warwick ref: CE968)

Work Experience in Higher Education, Warwick

Mon 20 Apr 2015 to Wed 22 Apr 2015

A new Postgraduate Diploma/MA module of the AGCAS/The University of Warwick CEIGHE qualification. Open to registrants and non-registrants (Warwick reference CE968). This three-day residential course is intended to enhance the understanding of the key issues and influences impacting on the delivery of work experience in higher education.

Student Jobs, Internships, Volunteering and #DMUglobal Fair

Thu 19 Feb 2015

The Student Jobs, Internships, Volunteering and #DMUglobal Fair is a great opportunity for students to talk to organisations offering work experience including paid summer internships, part-time and casual roles, as well as volunteering opportunities.

Careers Fair 2015, Universities of Sussex and Brighton

Wed 04 Nov 2015

An annual careers fair organised by the Universities of Sussex and Brighton, featuring employers and organisations from a wide range of sectors who are offering graduate opportunities, one-year and vacation placements, training, volunteering and overseas opportunities. The fair is open to all university students and recent graduates.

Work Experience in Higher Education, Warwick

Wed 11 May 2016 to Fri 13 May 2016

A new Postgraduate Diploma/MA module of the AGCAS/The University of Warwick CEIGHE qualification. Open to registrants and non-registrants (Warwick reference CE968). This three-day residential course is intended to enhance the understanding of the key issues and influences impacting on the delivery of work experience in higher education.

Work Experience Fair - University of Hertfordshire

Wed 16 Mar 2016

The Careers, Employment and Enterprise Service at the University of Hertfordshire are encouraging businesses to jump on board with their Work Experience Fair.

Oxford University Internship Fair

Wed 01 Nov 2017

Oxford University Internship Fair is an opportunity for a diverse range of companies to meet with undergraduates and to give insight into work experience and internship opportunities available.

This fair is open to students and members of Oxford University only.

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Life After Graduation: A guide to jobs, work experience, volunteering and further study after graduation

This government-funded publication outlines the range of options available to new graduates after they leave university. It aims to help graduates with the process of finding and applying for graduate jobs and offers information about other opportunities, such as further study at home or abroad.

Journey to Work (DVD and streaming licence)

Journey to Work shows a number of students as they prepare for life after university. The students talk about their career ambitions and what they have already done to maximise their chances of getting a job they want. They receive tips from careers advisers and industry mentors and are helped to see the value of networking.

National minimum wage: work experience and internships

The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has produced guidance on the national minimum wage (NMW) for organisations who offer work experience, including placements and internships.

Increasing opportunities for high quality higher education work experience
The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) recently commissioned a research project to evaluate opportunities for higher education (HE) students to undertake high-quality work experience and to recommend how these can be increased.

Career Portfolios and the Labour Market for Graduates and Postgraduates in the UK

This is the first in a series of NCUB reports commissioned by HEFCE on business requirements for graduate and postgraduate skills. The report found that, in some sectors, degree subject is no longer sufficient to identify the best candidates and that, in a modern economy, employers seek agile staff who can adapt to rapidly changing conditions.

The Graduate Market in 2016

This research, conducted by High Fliers Research in December 2015, reveals details of the graduate vacancies, starting salaries and undergraduate work experience programmes at the country's one hundred leading employers.

Common Best Practice Code for High-Quality Internships

This code has been developed for employers in response to Unleashing Aspiration: The Final Report of the Panel on Fair Access to the Professions. It describes the core elements required in order to obtain maximum benefit from internships for both interns and employers.

Country Profiles

AGCAS Country Profiles and work and study abroad guides, produced in collaboration with GTI Media, are essential resources for students and graduates thinking about studying or working abroad.

Business and Schools: Building the world of work together

This report presents the key findings from research carried out by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) to look at the perceptions and experiences of businesses when working with schools to build the world of work into education. They have focused on how businesses influence the design and delivery of the curriculum, provide work experience and raise awareness of careers.

Youth Unemployment: A Crisis in Our Midst - The role of lifelong guidance policies in addressing labour supply and demand

This independent concept paper commissioned by the European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network (ELGPN) examines the current trends in youth unemployment and the challenges facing young people and policymakers across Europe.  

Biopharma Skills Consortium (BSC) Placements Resources

The Biopharma Skills Consortium (BSC) has launched an online tool dedicated to helping students seeking work placements and graduate employment within the life sciences industry.

Careers in landscape architecture

This document provides answers to a range of questions from AGCAS members in relation to the landscape architecture (LA) profession. It has been compiled by Poppy Smith, Education Development Officer at the Landscape Institute, working in collaboration with AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) Marcus Zientek.

Careers Review 2014: A report by an independent panel of experts from education and employers on careers education and guidance in Northern Ireland

The Department for Employment and Learning and the Department of Education (Northern Ireland) have published this report by an independent panel, which outlines the findings from their review of careers education and guidance in Northern Ireland.

The Future for Work: The Student Voice

This report summarises the key messages from the 2013 Bright Futures Employability Conference. The report examines how the employability agenda needs to move forward, gives some new examples of what being employable actually means, and offers actions for each stakeholder to undertake as a result of the discussions undertaken by employers, universities, schools, colleges and the students themselves.

Higher Education Empirical Research (HEER) Database

The Higher Education Empirical Research (HEER) Database comprises summaries of the latest published research on a range of topics related to higher education. It is aimed at policymakers, academics and researchers in higher education. The database is free to register and is fully searchable by theme, publisher and date.

Psychology Employability Guides

The Higher Education Academy (HEA) has published two psychology employability guides - one aimed at students and one at academic departments. The guides cover traditional, new and emerging psychology careers and include case studies from graduates and also departments that have successfully helped their students develop their employability.

Learning from Futuretrack: impact of work experiences on HE student outcomes

This report presents findings from a study of student participation in paid and unpaid work. It uses data from Futuretrack, which is a longitudinal study of all people who applied in 2005 to 2006 to enter university in the UK during the autumn of 2006. Futuretrack collected data from students before, during and after their time at university.

Placement and Work-based Learning Task Group: Careers resources

Members of the AGCAS Placement and Work-based Learning Task Group have collated a range of examples of guidance created for colleagues at institutions where placement and work-based learning is considered core business within the university curriculum.

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