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Chester graduates offered a head start

The Graduate Head Start (GHS) programme set up by the University of Chester's Careers and Employability Department guides and supports recent graduates who have not yet found employment or embarked upon their career path. The free three-day course gives graduates grounding in the skills needed to boost their employability.




AGCAS Awards 2015: winners announced

The results of the 2015 AGCAS Awards for Excellence have been announced. Winners were presented with their awards at the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals conference dinner and awards ceremony in Warwick.




NTU: Using social media to engage with students

Rish Baruah was recruited to Nottingham Trent University (NTU) as a careers consultant with a social media remit. Here, he discusses the challenges of establishing a social media presence that conforms to the demands of corporate identity and gives his top tips for using social media successfully when engaging with students.




Ambitious Futures: a new graduate programme for university leadership

A group of universities has come together with the Association of Heads of University Administration (AHUA) to create Ambitious Futures, a new graduate programme for university leadership. They recognised that while other sectors had a formalised career development path, the university sector had no obvious entry for high-calibre graduates looking to begin their career in university leadership and management.




Integrated Careers and Employability Service at Leeds Trinity University College

Leeds Trinity Careers and Employability Service plays a central part in improving the graduate employability of its students. To show best practice in the support of students and academic departments, the careers service and placement team have recently joined forces to become one integrated department.




Creative Futures at Glyndŵr University

The Careers Centre at Glyndŵr University recently carried out a survey to find out what academic staff and students in the School of Art and Design wanted from an employability event. The results highlighted the need to invite experts and leaders in the industry into the university. Students and staff also wanted to hear from alumni about their current work and how they got started.




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 RateMyPlacement.co.uk 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.




Funding to put universities at the heart of social change

UnLtd and the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) have launched a programme of support for social entrepreneurship in English universities and colleges. The initiative will help universities and colleges to develop their support structures for social entrepreneurship, making it easier for students and staff to start up a social venture and thrive within the HE environment. The programme aims to encourage a social entrepreneurship culture across the HE sector.




High-flyers excel in national student business contest

Teams from 12 universities from across the UK recently visited Lancaster University to compete head to head in the prestigious FLUX competition. Their challenge - specifically designed to test business and commercial skills - was set by international construction and engineering group Costain.




Linking career planning and scientific thinking: An approach to working with science graduates

Jackie Hartley, Careers Centre Employability Manager at Staffordshire University, explains how she has developed a new approach to working with science undergraduates based on tailoring careers management teaching to the academic discipline.




Professional development at New College of the Humanities

AGCAS welcomed New College of the Humanities as a new member service in February 2014. Based in London, it is a small college that opened in 2012. Director of Professional Development, Swatee Jasoria, outlines their professional development programme, which is designed to teach skills and foster behaviours that create greater productivity and job satisfaction.




Social mobility toolkit for the professions

Professions for Good, a public information campaign to which many professional bodies have signed up, is developing a Social Mobility Toolkit on behalf of the Gateways to the Professions Collaborative Forum and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).




Huddersfield's GEMS - winner of top AGCAS award

The Graduate Employment-Market Statistics (GEMS) software package is an innovative and widely-used method of disseminating information from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE) to universities' key stakeholders including senior management, academic staff, careers researchers, graduates and current and prospective students. It was developed by the Careers Service at the University of Huddersfield in collaboration with academics and senior managers and with careers services nationally.




BSEEN to be a winner in Birmingham

BSEEN promotes entrepreneurship among students and graduates in the Birmingham area, whilst also meeting regional priorities including increasing higher skills, enhancing innovation and enterprise and supporting SMEs. It was jointly conceived by three partner university careers services: Aston, Birmingham City and Birmingham.




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.




Edge Hill University and Enterprise Rent-A-Car's winning partnership

The partnership between Edge Hill University and Enterprise Rent-A-Car (ERAC) has developed over ten years and is grounded in the excellent relationships that exist between the employer and the institution's Careers Centre. Beginning with one-off visits by the employer to careers events, this has now progressed to the integration of ERAC into the curriculum across diverse academic disciplines including sport, geography and business.




UCLAN and Shanghai's winning partnership

This is designed to help interaction between Chinese and British students, to enhance British students' international experience and employability and entrepreneurship competence. It is a joint programme between UCLan Business School, Futures (UCLan's Careers and Employability Service) and Shanghai International Foreign Trade (SIFT).




Leicester's research shows benefit of placements

The Careers Service and the Department of Engineering at the University of Leicester conducted statistical research to investigate the relationship between engineering students undertaking a placement and improved academic performance.




Positive Futures for Northumbria graduates

Positive Futures – Developing Career Confidence in Challenging Times is a programme comprising a masterclass, workshops and coaching, developed by the Careers Service at Northumbria University to inspire recent graduates to approach their job seeking with confidence in their employability. It was developed in collaboration with the university's Enterprise Unit and Alumni Association.




Portsmouth opens Purple Door online

The Purple Door Careers and Recruitment website is central to the delivery of careers employability services offered at the University of Portsmouth, where there is increasing demand for 24/7 access to information and advice on career and employability issues from students and graduates.




Staff development success for Leeds

The Careers Centre Strategy Team at the University of Leeds, rather than solely increasing online provision to meet the challenges of the economic downturn, chose to train support staff to provide initial information and advice to students and graduates.




Aberystwyth's 'Pitch for Pudsey' earns Radio 2 coverage

Staff at Aberystwyth University Careers Service have been helping students to explore possible career paths, and the employability skills needed to develop a career, by asking them to choose a future job for Pudsey bear in addition to the voluntary work he already undertakes as part of the Children In Need campaign.




Northumbria's innovative animation

Northumbria University's dynamic animated clip, which outlines the service Careers and Employment at the institution provides, is an excellent example of collaboration across a university working in the interests of students. When a need was identified for a low-cost, succinct, high-quality advertisement for careers and employability services, the department employed a collaborative approach both within the service and externally.




Leeds engages the unengaged

The University of Leeds Careers Centre has developed a successful marketing strategy with materials to 'engage the unengaged', which uses a minimum of staff time but has raised the service's profile and usage.




Chester shortlisted for UK Excellence Award

Careers and Employability at the University of Chester, in partnership with Student Support and Guidance, was recently shortlisted as a finalist for a 2011 UK Excellence Award by the British Quality Foundation (BQF).




The Open University: Fees 2012-13

In July, The Open University (OU) announced that it had set a new fee level for new students in England starting after 1 September 2012. The new fee is £5,000 for a full-time year (120 credits), but as most OU students study part time, this figure will be scaled down in proportion to the intensity of their study.




Transfer of AGCAS qualifications to Warwick

AGCAS is delighted to announce that The University of Warwick has become the host institution for the AGCAS Career Education, Information and Guidance in HE (CEIGHE) qualifications. From 1 August 2010 the AGCAS qualifications (at Postgraduate Certificate, Diploma and MA level) will all be cared for by The University of Warwick’s Centre for Lifelong Learning (CLL).

 




Case studies highlight award-winning work

A series of case studies has been produced to showcase the winning projects and initiatives recently commended as part of the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2011.

The case studies have been compiled using the original submissions received from each AGCAS member service. They are intended to encourage and share good practice amongst HE careers professionals to help promote excellence in careers and employability work.




Hull targets SMEs for internships

The University of Hull Careers Service has been encouraging the region's smaller businesses to employ graduates on an internship basis. As a result, Hull's allocation of internships to small businesses exceeded their target by over 600%, with internships allocated over a range of industry sectors.




My other job

Working a full-time job alongside running your own business can test your organisational and time management skills to the limit. Sam Doud, IT and Web Services Manager at the University of Leeds Careers Centre, also runs his own web design and consultancy business.




AGR invites careers service award nominations

The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) is inviting higher education careers and employability services, which are members of AGR, to nominate themselves for a new award. The award, which is called Preparation for Work by Higher Education, recognises the contribution of university careers services in preparing students to succeed in the world of work. It is given to higher education institutions for outstanding commitment to improving the employability and long-term career success of their graduates.




'Graduate labour market holding up' AGCAS survey

More employers are looking for graduates according to university careers and employability professionals. Responding to the regular vacancy survey carried out by the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS), 87.5% of heads of careers services said that in their experience the graduate labour market was more buoyant (50%) or the same (37.5%) in the quarter ending 31 December 2011 compared to the same period in 2010.




Mentoring boosts employability at Birmingham City University

Birmingham City University (BCU) Careers Service has developed two high-quality mentoring programmes to give students a real-life insight into the world of work and enhance their employability. The programmes were shortlisted for both the 2011 Times Higher Education Awards and the AGCAS Awards for Excellence. 




Employability at the heart of University of Derby development

The careers team at the University of Derby is committed to providing a holistic service to their student body, which, like other Million+ institutions, includes students from a broad spectrum of backgrounds undertaking full time, part time and distance learning courses. They are also committed to reaching out to those students, often from widening participation backgrounds, who can most benefit from the services provided.




Coaching complements University of Sunderland provision

The University of Sunderland's Careers and Employability Service identified a need to improve students' confidence and better prepare them for graduate selection processes. Feedback for the new coaching service is very positive and demand is expected to grow. 




University of West London embraces social media

The University of West London's Careers and Employment Service has conducted research into the sometimes contrasting ways that employers and students make use of social media and has tailored its services accordingly. 




EU grant available for enterprise education

The Enterprise and Education section of the European Commission is calling for proposals to promote projects with a high added value at European level in education for entrepreneurship. Actions will target teachers and young people in primary, secondary and tertiary education.


 




New University of Bolton initiative improves commercial awareness

The careers service at the University of Bolton is working with Gradcore to deliver an innovative four-day programme aimed at final year students and graduates. The programme aims to improve the employability of students and grow links with employers and local businesses.




Coventry University develops Add+vantage employability programme

Coventry has one of the biggest university employability initiatives in the country, with more than 11,000 students taking one 10-credit employability module in each year of study. The Add+vantage Scheme is centrally coordinated by the Careers and Employability Service and involves all schools, faculties and other departments and employers. 




Developing employable Gloucestershire graduates

The University of Gloucestershire's Careers and Employability team and the Department of Teaching and Learning Innovation have jointly developed an award, which gives formal recognition to students' achievement outside of their academic programme.




Bath Spa's 'Little Blue Book'

Bath Spa University Careers has published a new guide to help convey the many opportunities open to students and the benefits of participating in them. The Little Blue Book: An essential guide to planning your future supports students at different stages of their career planning and has become a much sought-after giveaway to drive footfall to the careers centre.




'Great careers start' at the University of Cumbria

The University of Cumbria's strapline 'Great careers start here...' reflects its commitment in supporting students to realise their career ambitions in a challenging economic context. 




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 modern university careers service

What sort of careers service do you want? One size doesn't fit all. Catherine Klimeš, Head of Careers and Employability at the University of Northampton, outlines what careers services can offer their vice chancellors in a diverse and fast-changing sector.




Canterbury Christ Church University JobFair

Over 2,500 students from Canterbury Christ Church University took the opportunity to meet with representatives from 50 companies to discuss graduate employment opportunities at JobFair 2011.




JobSavviGrad helps University of Bedfordshire improve graduate employment outcomes

The University of Bedfordshire Careers and Employment Service has joined forces with JobSavviGrad to face up to the challenge of improving graduate employability outcomes. 




Employers shortlisted for careers service engagement award

Six employers have been shortlisted for The AGCAS Award for Excellence in Careers Service Engagement. They were all nominated by higher education careers services. The award is one of the prestigious annual TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards.




Key Information Set: Timetable and further information

Following a programme of research and development, which included research into the information needs of potential students, a consultation, pilots, and expert working groups, HEFCE are now working towards the implementation of the Key Information Set (KIS) in September 2012.




Wilson Review - initial response from AGCAS

Sir Tim Wilson's review of university-business collaboration has been published, which proposes an agenda for change that will help make the UK the best place in the world for collaborative activity. Anne-Marie Martin responded on behalf of AGCAS.




Graduate employability: Modern universities supporting graduates and meeting the needs of employers

AGCAS has produced a special issue of its e-digest, The Edge, to illustrate how different institutions affiliated to the university thinktank million+ are handling the twin challenges of supporting graduates' employability and meeting the needs of employers.




Aston University wins NUE award for 'Best University Placements Service'

The Placements Team at Aston University is delighted to announce that they have been chosen as the winner of the Best University Placement Service award at the National Undergraduate Employability (NUE) Awards 2014.




Business network for SMEs wins AGCAS award

The Norfolk Network was announced as the winner of the AGCAS Award for Excellence in Careers Service Engagement at the 2012 TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards ceremony on 4 April.




Are careers services and students' unions working closely enough?

The National Union of Students (NUS) conference is taking place this week. With employability high on student agendas, it seems like a good time to reflect on how well careers services and students' unions are working together.




AGCAS at the NUS conference

AGCAS Director and Company Secretary, Sue Spence, also Careers Adviser at the University of Huddersfield, represented AGCAS at the NUS conference held in Sheffield in April. Sue was a panellist on the conference's Global Employability Panel, a fringe event organised by NUS International Students' Officer, Christina Yan Zhang.




Huddersfield tests students' careers confidence

From September 2012, the University of Huddersfield Careers and Employability Service is offering a Career Health Check to every prospective student. It is hoped that the initiative will give careers advisers a unique insight into the career thinking of students even before they begin their university journey.




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.




Future of careers and guidance - AGCAS director's presentation

Tom Davie, Director of Professional Development on the AGCAS Board and Deputy Head of Careers at Durham University, delivered a paper at the recent Westminster Employment Forum, which focused on the future of careers advice and guidance in relation to schools, universities and adult provision.




New website explores London graduates' outcomes

The Careers Group, University of London has released a public website showing what happened to graduates after leaving universities in London. Aimed at those considering entry to higher education, teachers, parents, pupils and current university students, What London Graduates Do shows the occupation, employer and salaries of graduates over the last five 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. 




Jobs On Campus for Newcastle students

In November 2011, Newcastle University launched the Jobs On Campus (JobsOC) scheme to provide an on-campus jobs agency whereby students can fill temporary positions in and around the university as opposed to acquiring staff through a local recruitment agency. There are clear signs that the scheme is proving to be a great success - not just for the students, but employers and the university as a whole.




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. 




Careers service engagement with medium-sized enterprises

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has established a working group to look at HE engagement with medium-sized enterprises (MSEs). An academic from The University of Edinburgh Business School is leading a strand of this work, looking at the talent pipeline for MSEs.




Why don't more students pursue placements?

Emily Timson, Business Placements Manager at The York Management School, has completed a research report exploring the challenges faced by students pursuing 12-month work placements. The aim of the research was to gain an in-depth understanding of what motivates students - and what stops them from applying for placements.




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.




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.




University of Derby: Careers management research project
The Wilson Review recommendations suggest that careers and employability support becomes a recognised part of the ongoing student experience rather than an aspect that captures the attention of students in their final year. The University of Derby has a wide range of employability activities that students can participate in from year one, but the challenge faced is to attract more students to participate in the activities that are offered.




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.




Queen Mary, University of London: Start Up Stand Up

Start Up Stand Up, held in May 2012, was a joint event coordinated by the QM Entrepreneurship Society and Queen Mary Careers, part of the Careers Group, University of London, and supported by the National Association of College & University Entrepreneurs (NACUE). The event was structured like a comedy club and aimed at inspiring students to consider working in an SME or starting their own business.




Business Networking: Developing employability skills through forum theatre
The Careers Service at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are continuing to support and promote the highly successful business networking events that were developed through PMI2 funding. The most recent business networking events have been delivered to master’s students in the School of Health and Life Sciences and to MBA students.




Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU): BIO Employability Exit (BEE) Initiative
The Division of BIO within the School of Health and Life Sciences and GCU Careers Service have created the BEE Initiative. This initiative addresses employment rates for international MSc students within biological and biomedical sciences (BIO) with an emphasis on improving career prospects both locally, globally and in their home country. It aims to empower graduates to understand the value of transferable 21st century graduate attributes, develop career management skills and raise confidence in dealing with employers.




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.




Newcastle University develops enterprising graduates and promotes employment in SMEs

The structure of the North East graduate labour market is characterised by SMEs and a relative scarcity of large private sector companies offering graduate training schemes. The larger employers in the region tend to be in the public and health sector. Newcastle University is strongly committed to supporting a graduate regional retention agenda and the Careers Service has consistently sought to introduce initiatives to make its students and graduates become more aware of the opportunities available with regional employers and to help regional employers become more aware of the value of engaging with its graduates.




Support for postgraduates and postdoctoral researchers at the University of Exeter

In recent years, universities in the South West and Wales (SWW) have made significant steps towards improving career development opportunities for researchers. It has, however, been challenging at an institutional level to bring significant numbers and representative types of employers together with researchers in a meaningful way.




Scottish graduate employment figures

The figures for graduate employment from universities in Scotland are encouraging for students, graduates and those who provide careers and employability services.




Empower with Plymouth University

As the enterprise university, Plymouth University places employability and enterprise at the heart of its' learning experience. This translates to students as a three-pronged approach to enhancing their employability. The following is an overview of the opportunities available, as well as how Plymouth University is engaging employers to add value and relevance to the student experience.




HE careers service wins AGR Blue Ribbon Award

The University of Exeter has scooped two prizes at the 2012 Association of Graduate Recruiters' (AGR) annual awards ceremony. It won the Graduate Development Award and then beat the other category winners to the Blue Ribbon Award, presented to the best entrant overall. Exeter is the first higher education institution to win this prestigious award, which was given in recognition of the university's commitment to preparing students for the demands of working life in the 21st century.




MyPostgradApps - a Postgraduate Application Management Tool helping students through the cloud

Potential postgraduates repeatedly tell us, at postgraduate fairs, and through our websites PostgraduateStudentships and MastersCompare, that they find keeping track of multiple postgraduate applications daunting and often confusing, especially if they are used to the centralised undergraduate application system. Listening to students talk about their frustration at a student panel we ran led us to develop MyPostgradApps, our free online tool that allows students to manage their postgraduate applications, funding applications and open day bookings, all together in one place. MyPostgradApps was launched in autumn 2012 and is actively used by more than 800 students (and rising!) every day to manage their applications.




Chester event uncovers the creative industries

Media professionals have praised an event organised by Careers and Employability, the Department of Media and a team of sixteen dedicated students at the University of Chester's Warrington campus.




University College Falmouth: Supporting enterprise and embedding employability

University College Falmouth is planning a number of new initiatives to put an increased emphasis on employability both within and outside the curriculum. There has already been major investment in a new employability team which now includes placements, an expansion of the college's employer liaison team and the imminent creation of a new post of entrepreneurship / business start-up adviser.




Give a little, gain a lot! The University of Winchester’s accredited volunteering module

During the 2011-12 academic year, The University of Winchester offered an exciting new module to undergraduate students, giving them the opportunity to complete a voluntary placement within the charitable sector for academic credit. The main aims of the module are to provide students with the opportunity to acquire and develop a new range of skills whilst making a positive contribution to the local community, and at the same time learn about the voluntary sector as an employment prospect. The volunteering module provides a 'work placement' experience for those students studying programmes which do not have a vocational focus.




New Careers, Study Skills and Employability Zone at the University of Worcester

The eagerly awaited opening of the new city centre library in partnership with the County Council has led to the development of an exciting new campus-based Students' Centre on the site of the former library. This new Study and Advice Centre will offer a one-stop shop for all University of Worcester student enquiries including accommodation, finance, registry, welfare and, of course, careers and employability.  




A tailored service at Regent's College London

Matthias Feist is Head of Department of Careers & Business Relations at Regent's College London. Here, he gives his perspective on the service to students and why he's proud to work where he does:

"What makes me most proud of working in Careers & Business Relations at Regent's College is that we offer a service that is truly tailored to our student and alumni clients, and that we are fast to react to changes in their needs.




University of Chichester launches new international student co-mentoring scheme

The University of Chichester will be launching a new initiative for home and international students from January 2013. This scheme will give students the opportunity to work collaboratively and co-tutor each other in language skills and cultural awareness.




Supporting emerging creative professionals at the University for the Creative Arts

The careers service at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) actively engages with leading arts organisations, creative industry professionals and alumni to contribute to a comprehensive range of career products and services, including the delivery of a successful programme of career and professional networking events.




Careers and placement teams working together for postgrads at University College Birmingham

University College Birmingham's MSc and Postgraduate Diploma awards in Hospitality and Tourism have proved to be popular with international students. However, the economic downturn was seriously impacting the opportunities available for this group of students to complete a full-time, six month placement module. A revalidation of the programme, amending the optional placement requirement to three-to-six months part or full time, has given students a much wider range of opportunities through which to fulfil the placement requirement, including that of summer vacation work.




Loaves and fishes - internship programme at York St John University

Careers services within smaller institutions often have to be creative to ensure that their students have access to similar opportunities to those available in larger institutions. The recent implementation of a graduate internships project at York St John University provides an example. 




AGR university awards 2015: nominate your service

The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) is inviting higher education careers and employability services, which are members of AGR, to nominate themselves for the AGR Graduate Development Awards 2015. There are two university award categories: Preparation for work by Higher Education – Single Initiative and Preparation for work by Higher Education – Overall Strategy.




Plymouth University Careers Service wins national enterprise award

Plymouth University Careers Service has won the Enterprise Champion Award at the National Enterprise Education Awards. In partnership with Working Knowledge, Plymouth University has used FLUX, an enterprise challenge for students, as a way of engaging students in the possibility of setting up their own business, while at the same time using FLUX events to develop the employability skills of their students. Working in teams of four to six, students have half a day to create a business idea before presenting it to a panel of business 'dragons'.




Making the Most of Masters: Collaboration in Scotland

Making the Most of Masters (MMM) is a cross-university collaboration between the universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Stirling funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC). The aim is to improve cooperation between employers and universities by providing opportunities for master's students to undertake work-based dissertation projects. The three universities are sharing the same strategic approach and delivery systems, while accommodating practices at each institution.  




University of Birmingham - a strategic commitment to employability

In 2010, the University of Birmingham started a year-long process of creating an institutional employability strategy. The process involved robust and objective appraisals of existing employability provision, including evaluation by an external consultant, an internal review focusing on value for money, and impact measurement and assessments on whether provision aligned with institutional strategic goals. The result was the creation of a pan-university employability strategy that included sector-leading investments in its employability services.




AGCAS welcomes University College Utrecht as new member

AGCAS is pleased to welcome University College Utrecht (UCU) as our newest member, joining AGCAS as an International Service Member. UCU is part of Utrecht University in the Netherlands.




Maximise Your Potential - an LSE initiative

Described by one participant as "everything you need on top of your degree to thrive in the harsh new world", Maximise Your Potential is an innovative way of supporting LSE undergraduates to develop the range of skills they will need as they move through university and into the world of work.




University of Reading's placement provision model

The University of Reading has developed a flexible model of placement provision that enables it to offer 'real world' learning opportunities to over 9,000 undergraduates. Placements remain optional, but over 1,000 students registered in the first year. There are three placement models to suit different academic disciplines, though departments may offer more than one type.




The Universities of Brighton and Sussex's joint careers fair

In the summer of 2011, the building work of Brighton and Hove Albion FC's new stadium was finally completed, situated next door to the University of Brighton and just across the road from the University of Sussex. During construction, it was made very clear to the city of Brighton and Hove that this stadium, the American Express Community Stadium, was going to live up to its name and be a facility for the whole community to enjoy - and not just for watching football.




Universities invest in employability

AGCAS was recently invited by HEFCE to submit a number of case studies to demonstrate how universities and HE careers services have shown a commitment to and investment in employability, post-Wilson. We asked heads of AGCAS member services to tell us about developments in their own institution. 




University of Aberdeen: Embedding employability within the Scottish curriculum

Career Development: Find Your Direction is a 15-credit, second year, university-wide course, delivered by the University of Aberdeen's Careers Service. In Scotland it is traditional to offer a four-year degree in most subjects, and a course is equivalent to a module in the English higher education context.




Bournemouth University: Encouraging male students to engage with the placement process

A placement year is a compulsory component for the 260 students studying Bournemouth University's BA (Hons) Business Studies degree. From staff feedback and placement statistics we discovered that male students were less immersed in the placement process than female students, thus missing out on a number of early opportunities. The challenge was therefore to find a way to encourage early engagement.




University of Ulster: Employer-led careers module as part of the BSc Accounting degree

The University of Ulster 20 point, level 5 careers module is completed by BSc Hons Accounting students in Semester 1 of Year 2. It was designed and has been delivered by the Career Development Centre for a number of years with significant employer input as a main feature. This is a compulsory, core module delivered over 12 weeks which contributes to the students' overall degree classification.




University of Chester: Integrating an employer event into the curriculum

Inside the Creative Industries is an annual University of Chester event organised by Careers and Employability, the media department and a team of students from a variety of courses, including journalism, graphic design, PR, marketing, TV and English literature. Students put their questions to creative industry professionals to get advice, tips, industry views and the chance to network informally with employers.




Warwick's programme of support for ASD students

Earlier this year, Anna Preston, Senior Careers Consultant, trialled a programme of support for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) students at The University of Warwick. Here, she shares her experiences of running the programme and of supporting students with particular needs.




University of Bradford: Using the PebblePad Webfolio for assessment purposes

The Career Development Services at the University of Bradford has developed a Masters level, 20 credit module for final year pharmacy students. The module, developed in collaboration with the School of Pharmacy and in consultation with a range of employers in community and hospital pharmacies, uses an e-portfolio to assess reflection. It was felt that, in addition to the clinical knowledge and skills required for professional pharmacy practice, graduates require knowledge and skills in the management of both themselves and others in order to be successful.




The value of a professional exchange for careers services

Have you ever worked with a student considering studying or working abroad and wondered what it would be like to work somewhere else yourself for a short time? As careers advisers, we encourage students to explore the benefits of academic or work experience overseas, but we too can benefit from a professional exchange. Staff at the University of Oxford Careers Service have recently undertaken a number of professional exchanges both within their own university admissions department and abroad at the Career Planning Service at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. 




North-west universities Unite With Business

Unite With Business is a collaboration between six leading universities in the north-west of England, part-funded by the ERDF. The scheme provides paid placements for students and alumni in the region to work on real-life problems and projects within the SME community, thus developing the employability of students and alumni while supporting the regional community of SMEs through practical knowledge exchange activity.




Engagement with alumni at the University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham offers a range of opportunities to connect with alumni. As engagement increases, so does the opportunity to seek gifts: Birmingham's latest fundraising campaign has been boosted by the generosity of alumni. However, engagement with alumni is not just about seeking donations. The Careers Network aims to deliver a comprehensive service to both alumni and students, which includes the Alumni Leadership Mentoring Programme.




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




Kingston Media Summit helps students climb to success

Kingston University's very first Media Summit took place during reading week. It was part of a series of activities delivered to students by the Careers Service.  




Shortlist for the TARGETjobs AGCAS award announced

Six employers have been shortlisted for the 2014 AGCAS Award for Excellence in Careers and Employability Service Engagement. They were all nominated by higher education careers services. The award is one of the prestigious annual TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards. The employers have been shortlisted for their commitment and contribution to the careers and employability education, information, advice and guidance offered at each AGCAS member service

 




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.




National Teaching Fellowship Scheme 2013

The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) is now open. The NTFS recognises and rewards excellent learning and teaching. It is open to all higher education (HE) institutions and further education (FE) colleges with more than 100 FTE students in England, Northern Ireland and Wales.




Engineering insights from the AGR Engineering Sector Focus Group

The AGR Engineering Sector Focus Group met in December 2012 to discuss employment opportunities and challenges in the engineering sector. The meeting was attended by David Gilchrist, Careers Consultant at City University London and AGR AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) for engineering, who also put questions from AGCAS members to the group. The meeting was attended by a range of engineering companies, including Siemens, Denso and Thales.




AGCAS announces shortlist for TARGETjobs employer award

Six employers have been shortlisted for The AGCAS Award for Excellence in Careers Service Engagement. They were all nominated by higher education careers services. The award is one of the prestigious annual TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards.




Top speakers confirmed for AGCAS conference

Sir Tim Wilson, author of the Wilson Review, Dave Jarman, Chairman and Director of Enterprise Educators UK, Jeremy Budd, Vice-President of IBM, and Carl Gilleard, Chief Executive at the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR), have all been confirmed as keynote speakers for AGCAS Biennial 2013, which will take place 10 - 12 September at the University of Exeter.




University of Aberdeen creates digital employability skills project

OPEN (Online Presence, Employability, Network) is an HEA-funded project, created by the University of Aberdeen for and with students to increase their digital employability skills. It will be a resource that aims to ensure tomorrow's graduates are keeping up-to-date with digital employability methods via social media.




Nottingham leads UK-Indonesia careers initiative

The University of Nottingham recently held an event designed to support Indonesian students based at universities across the UK who return to their home country to work after graduating. The event, organised by the Careers and Employability Service and the International Office, reached out to Indonesian students in Britain and encouraged them to take future opportunities in business with Indonesian and British companies.




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.




AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 - now open for booking

AGCAS Biennial is the premier event in the HE careers calendar. AGCAS Biennial 2013 is a three-day conference at the University of Exeter comprising three stand-alone days. The conference is aimed at anyone interested in careers information, advice and guidance, employability and the graduate labour market. Bookings for the conference are now open.




Graduate labour market improves further, report university careers and employability services

The annual AGCAS graduate labour market survey reveals that the vast majority of the leaders of higher education careers and employability services believe that the graduate labour market improved further in 2015.

More than four in five (81.5%) of respondents to the AGCAS Heads of Service Graduate Market and Student Engagement Survey agree that the graduate labour market was more buoyant in the year to 31 July 2015 than the previous year. 




AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2013: Shortlists announced

The shortlisted nominations for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2013 have been announced. Nominations were received in 11 different categories for a wide range of projects from AGCAS member services in all parts of the UK.




HESA publishes graduate employment figures

HESA has published performance indicators for the employment of leavers from higher education (HE). The statistics cover every HE institution in the UK and are based on the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey of 2011/12 graduates. The survey was changed for 2011/12 so the results are not comparable with those for previous years.




Career webinars success for Brunel

Staff at Brunel University's Placement and Careers Centre have delivered a series of webinars aimed at students. Staff started by trialling a series of online workshops over the summer. The idea was that although many students and graduates would have returned home, they may still appreciate a set of workshops to help them in their careers strategies and job hunting.




What Do Graduates Do? 2013 version now available

The 2013 edition of What Do Graduates Do? has been published. What Do Graduates Do? is a collaboration between the AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group and HECSU. The research shows the destinations of 242,285 first degree graduates and 81,650 postgraduates in January 2013 - six months after they had left university. This year's report features unprecedented data on postgraduate destinations.




University of Cape Town announced as new AGCAS member

AGCAS is delighted to welcome the University of Cape Town as its first non-UK and Ireland service member. Head of Service, David Casey, was formerly an AGCAS member at University College Dublin. David and two colleagues, Nawaal Boolay and Shaminie Chetty, attended AGCAS Biennial at the University of Exeter earlier this month. 




AGCAS announces 2013 awards winners

The results of the 2013 AGCAS Awards for Excellence have been announced. Winners were presented with their awards at an official ceremony and dinner as part of the AGCAS Biennial Conference at the University of Exeter, earlier this month. The number of nominations received in each category is evidence of the high-quality, innovative and collaborative work taking place at AGCAS member services across the country.




Newman University announced as new AGCAS member

AGCAS is pleased to welcome Newman University as its 135th member service. The university is based in Birmingham and has just over 2,500 higher education students. Head of Service, Melissa Clarke, was previously a Conference Member of AGCAS.




University of Bedfordshire: Hire Me Project review

The University of Bedfordshire has won the AGCAS Student and Graduate Employability Award (in association with The Higher Education Academy) at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for their support for unemployed graduates of any university who live in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.




University of Exeter: Think it, Try it, Do it

The University of Exeter won the AGCAS Entrepreneurship Award (in association with NCEE) at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for their innovative strategic approach to the provision of enterprise and entrepreneurship education based around a three-fold 'Think about it', 'Try it' and 'Do it' approach.




Introduction to Newman University Careers Service

AGCAS welcomed Newman University as a new member service in September 2013. The university is based in Birmingham and has just over 2,500 higher education students. Head of Service, Melissa Clarke, talks more about the careers service and their current initiatives and challenges.

 




UCL Careers Service: Careers and Cultural Management Module

UCL Careers Service, part of The Careers Group, University of London, won the AGCAS Careers Service/Academic Department Partnership Award at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for successfully delivering a credit bearing professional development module to encourage students to consider their careers in a global context. Since its pilot within the Management Science & Innovation department (MS&I), the programme has seen over 90% of students in employment within three months of graduation.




Liverpool John Moores University: World of Work Certificate

The World of Work Careers Centre at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU) won the AGCAS Technology Award at the AGCAS Biennial Conference 2013 for successfully embedding their World of Work Certificate into every undergraduate degree.




University of Huddersfield: The Employability Challenge, Skills for Life

Crowned AGCAS Awards for Excellence winner in the category of Research, the University of Huddersfield Careers and Employability Service undertook its research project with funding from the PMI2 British Council initiative. The work was carried out in conjunction with the University's School of Education and Professional Development and in partnership with GPNU University in Guangzhou, China.




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.




Student-led engineering employability audit project at UWE

Adele Merrison, Careers Consultant at the University of the West of England (UWE), successfully bid for HE STEM project funding for a student-led employability audit of engineering degrees. The project aims were to demonstrate that capturing the student voice and co-inquiry with learners leads to more meaningful learning and, at the same time, to encourage student input into employability initiatives within the curriculum.




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.




AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2013: Winners in focus

The results of the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2013 were announced at the AGCAS Biennial Conference held at the University of Exeter in September. Here, the winning services provide an overview of their award-winning schemes and offer an insight into the background and challenges they faced in delivering their initiatives and project outcomes.




Peer-to-peer mentoring across education programmes

Adele Merrison, Careers Consultant at the University of the West of England (UWE), describes the mentoring project she set up across education programmes at the university. The project aimed to improve UWE students' applications for teaching posts, at the same time as providing HE work experience for UWE Qualification in Careers Guidance (QCG) students.




AGCAS publications: Where to find them

AGCAS publishes a wide range of careers publications for members to use in their work with students and graduates. Remember, it's easy to spot AGCAS content as it will have our logo on the page.




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. 




The Careers Group share experience in webinars and MOOCs

C2 Consultancy, part of The Careers Group, University of London, was chosen by the Higher Education Academy (HEA) to host and deliver one of their employability-themed workshops on 10 December 2013.  The aim was to showcase The Careers Group's extensive work in the area of webinars and online learning and to provide an opportunity for participants to share best practice and learn from each other.




University of Aberdeen: Bringing Graduate Attributes to Life

The primary aim of this Higher Education Academy (HEA) funded project is to translate high level graduate attribute statements into practical language that can be understood and used by academic staff in their subject areas, students in those areas and also by employers.




Jan Perrett awarded MBE

Jan Perrett, former Deputy Director of the Careers and Employability Service at The University of Nottingham and Honorary Lifetime Member of AGCAS, has been named in the Queen's birthday honours lists 2014.

The lists recognise the achievements and service of extraordinary people across the UK. Jan has been awarded an MBE for Services to Higher Education.

Jan Perrett has had an outstanding national impact on careers guidance practice, the professional development and training of careers staff and the quality of HE careers services over the last 15 years. 




London interns and employers receive royal recognition

HRH The Princess Royal has met graduates and young professionals at the Rewarding Interns event organised by The Careers Group, University of London to award the best interns and employers participating in the London Councils Internship Programme (LCIP) and the Step Internships Scheme.




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.




Introducing Eluned Jones, new AGCAS President

Eluned Jones, Director of Student Employability at the University of Birmingham, has taken up her post as AGCAS President. Eluned takes over the role from outgoing president Dr Paul Redmond, whose vision and commitment over the past two years has helped raise the profile of AGCAS and steer the national graduate employability agenda.




AGR survey: Graduate vacancies predicted to rise

The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) has published its Graduate Recruitment Summer Survey 2014, providing a detailed insight into the state of the graduate jobs market. Published biannually, the survey also contains: the latest statistics on graduate vacancies and salaries across career areas and regions; graduate selection methods; the availability of student placements and internships; and graduate retention rates and salary progression.




Success for world's first careers and employability MOOC

A team of careers consultants at The Careers Group, University of London has successfully designed and delivered the world's first careers and employability skills MOOC via the Coursera platform. Delivered over six weeks from May to July 2014, the course explored aspects of self-awareness, skills awareness, career readiness, articulating experiences, making a good impression and networking, both online and in person.




Big drop in early graduate unemployment, reports What Do Graduates Do?

Findings from the latest (2014) edition of What Do Graduates Do? show that graduate unemployment fell from 8.5% to 7.3% year-on-year, marking the biggest drop in early graduate unemployment in 15 years.

This annual publication is a collaboration between the AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group and HECSU: HECSU provides the facts and figures from the DLHE returns and AGCAS members apply their expertise to provide commentary and written articles to help interpret the figures.




Stranmillis University College joins AGCAS

AGCAS is delighted to welcome Stranmillis University College to AGCAS as a new member service. Stranmillis is a college of Queen's University Belfast with 1,610 higher education (HE) students (940 FTE). The Head of Service is Ciara Love.




Creating global citizens: International placements at Aston

With an increasing number of businesses calling for graduates with international experience, never before has the need to be able to collaborate in intercultural contexts been so important. Students who complete a placement abroad will develop the global competencies that employers are looking for, which is why Aston University sends over 300 students on international placements every year.




Developing global mindsets: Dundee's international internships

With UK employers now seeking employees with an international perspective and awareness of global business cultures, it is becoming more important for graduates to possess skills to help drive companies forward and compete in a global market. To help students gain these skills and the confidence in working across many cultures, the University of Dundee provides the Internship Graduate Certificate - Global.




Experiences of a careers and employability intern at the University of Huddersfield

Debbie Kearns has recently taken on the role of Careers and Employability Graduate Intern at the University of Huddersfield. Here, she explores the transition from student to employee and looks at how both she and the university have benefited from the opportunity.




AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2016: nominations open

Nominations are now open for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2016. Nominations are invited from AGCAS member services, individual members of AGCAS, AGCAS Task Groups or partnerships/groups of AGCAS member services, as appropriate for each award category.




AGCAS welcomes Leeds College of Art as new member

AGCAS is delighted to welcome Leeds College of Art as our latest new member service. The College is one of only a few independent art schools in the UK, with students enjoying a small, close-knit community in a creative atmosphere. It offers a range of art-related further education courses and undergraduate programmes, as well as a Master of Arts in Creative Practice aimed at creative practitioners.




Academic career journeys: new research published

The AGCAS Research Staff Task Group has published a new report, Getting the First Lecturing Job, which reveals how doctoral researchers and PhDs manage the challenging and demanding transition from early careers researcher to the established academic position of lecturer. 




Graduate labour market buoyant, report heads of university careers services

A new survey from the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS) reveals that the vast majority of the heads of careers and employability services believe that the graduate labour market improved further in 2014.




Impact of the closure of the Post Study Work route revealed

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Migration has published an inquiry report into the impact of closing the Post Study Work (PSW) route in 2012, which allowed non-EU graduates to seek employment in the UK for up to two years after their studies.




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.




Update on architectural education from RIBA

In March 2015, Chris Jones, AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) for the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Senior Careers Adviser at The University of Nottingham, attended the RIBA Education Council and Forum. This was an open meeting to discuss and vote on five key recommendations from the RIBA Education Review.




University of Leicester wins AGR Award

The University of Leicester Career Development Service won Preparation for work by Higher Education (Overall Strategy) at the recent AGR Graduate Development Awards. Award winners were announced at the AGR Development Conference 2015 in London on 19 March. The award is given to HE institutions for outstanding commitment to improving the employability and long-term career success of their graduates across a wide range of activities.




Phoenix Education Trust wins TARGETjobs AGCAS award

Phoenix Education Trust has won the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement at the 2015 TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards. Phoenix Education Trust was nominated by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). The award was presented to Rachel Roberts, Director of the Phoenix Education Trust, by Eluned Jones, AGCAS President and Director of Student Employability at the University of Birmingham, at the awards ceremony in London on 1st April. Also pictured is Graham Storey, CEO of Group GTI.




Learn more about careers in landscape architecture

The Landscape Institute (LI) is keen to raise members' awareness of the graduate opportunities available in landscape architecture. Poppy Smith, Education Development Officer at the LI, has provided an overview of the profession, and of the careers resources available to members, and is working with the AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) Marcus Zientek to help answer members' questions.




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.




Bookings now open for AGCAS Annual Conference 2015

We are delighted to announce that bookings are now open for the second AGCAS Annual HE Careers and Employability Professionals Conference. The conference is taking place in Warwick, at Scarman House, on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd September. Our headline sponsor is Prospects.




Phoenix: June 2015 issue available

The latest issue of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available.

The June 2015 edition focuses on collaboration, exploring the fantastic array of innovative and inspirational collaborative work taking place in HE careers. In this issue you can read about examples of internal departmental collaboration, external collaboration with industry and collaboration with students.




Attracting new talent - building an employer brand

Josie Leydon, Employer Liaison Manager at Manchester Metropolitan University's (MMU) Careers & Employability Service, explains how the Employer Liaison Team has reorganised and rebranded itself in order to create a unified service.




Destinations of disabled graduates revealed in new report

The AGCAS Disability Task Group has produced the latest edition of What Happens Next? A Report on the First Destinations of 2013 Disabled Graduates. This annual report compares the employment outcomes of disabled and non-disabled university leavers six months after graduation and draws upon the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey.




UKCISA offer international student support grants

UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) has launched a new grants scheme to support pilot projects and research. The scheme is open to UKCISA members and provides an opportunity for universities, colleges and students' unions to expand or adapt services which support international students or enhance members' understanding of the international student experience.




Creating an employability event for music students

Claire Bee, Careers Adviser at Edinburgh Napier University, describes how the careers service worked with academics to create a successful employability week for music students




Supporting midwifery students: a collaborative approach to delivering advice

Julie Porter, Careers Adviser at the University of Worcester, gives an insight into working with lecturers and health professionals to help midwifery students become more confident in applying for jobs.




AGCAS Awards 2015: shortlists announced

AGCAS is delighted to announce the shortlists for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2015. Nominations were received for a wide range of projects and for individuals from AGCAS member services in all parts of the UK.




New AGCAS President-Elect appointed

AGCAS is pleased to announce that Shelagh Green has been appointed as AGCAS President-Elect. Shelagh will serve as President-Elect for one year, leading to the commencement of a two-year term of office as AGCAS President from 1st August 2016.




Spotlight on the company secretarial profession

The Institute of Chartered Secretaries & Administrators (ICSA) is keen to raise awareness of the company secretarial profession, and that of the chartered secretary, amongst students and careers advisers. Tara Wilson, Business Development Manager at ICSA, has provided an overview of the profession, and of the careers resources available to members, and is working with AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) Chris Packham to raise awareness of graduate opportunities.




Art specialist institutions join AGCAS

AGCAS is delighted to welcome art specialists Sotheby's Institute of Art, London and Plymouth College of Art as our latest member services.




Record number of new graduates in work, reports What Do Graduates Do?

Findings from the 2015 edition of What Do Graduates Do? show that a total of 199,810 graduates were known to be working in the UK six months after graduation, up 6% from last year and marking the largest number of new graduate entrants to the UK labour market on record.

Published annually, 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). 




Sue Bennett appointed AGCAS Vice-President

AGCAS is delighted to announce that Sue Bennett, Director of Student Careers and Skills at The University of Warwick, has been appointed to the role of AGCAS Vice-President on the Board of Directors. Sue brings to the role a significant amount of experience in internationalisation. Most recently, this has included creating a contract between AGCAS and the British Council for the supply of IAG and employer engagement training to new careers service staff and their management in Kazakhstan.




Elaine Boyes appointed AGCAS Executive Director

AGCAS is delighted to announce the successful appointment of Elaine Boyes to the position of AGCAS Executive Director. Elaine will be joining AGCAS in early 2016 and will take up a position that is absolutely fundamental to our vision of creating a sustainable and representative professional body, which is recognised more broadly as the 'go-to' organisation in our field




Nominations open for TARGETjobs employer award 2016

Nominations are now open for the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement at the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2016. This award recognises employers who provide outstanding support for careers services' work with students and graduates. 




Capturing employer engagement - Phoenix articles wanted

The Phoenix Editorial Team is seeking articles for the next issue of AGCAS's digital journal, which is due to be published in February 2016. The main theme of the next issue will be Employer Engagement. The Editorial Team is interested in receiving examples of good/innovative practice, evidence of research, views or opinion pieces on a range of topics based on recent and/or previous experience of working with all types of employers from all sectors.




AGCAS welcomes Zayed University as latest international member

AGCAS is delighted to welcome Zayed University, Abu Dhabi as our latest new international service member. Based in the United Arab Emirates, Zayed University offers bachelor and master's degrees in arts and sciences, business, education, IT and media.




ALO update on careers with languages

Diane Appleton, AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) for the LLAS Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, has produced an update on her work with the LLAS. LLAS engages in research and projects at the level of government policy and activities which promote greater public engagement with languages and related studies.




TARGETjobs AGCAS award 2016 shortlist announced

Six employers have been shortlisted for the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement 2016. They were all nominated by AGCAS-member higher education careers services.

One of the prestigious annual TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards, the AGCAS award focuses on employers who develop and sustain good working relationships with higher education careers and employability services.




AGCAS Annual Conference 2016 - call for workshops

We are seeking contributors to offer workshops for the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals 2016, which takes place at the University of Chester from 6 to 8 September 2016. The theme of the conference is Strategy in action: innovate, influence, impress.

Spread across three full days, the conference is aimed at anyone interested in the graduate labour market, careers information, advice and guidance, employability, working with employers and work experience. 

 




Employer engagement: One size doesn't fit all

Jonathan Bainbridge, Business Development and Employer Engagement Manager at the University of Reading, discusses the different approaches used by Reading to engage with employers.




Capturing the employer engagement agenda: "Just be yourself"

Mona Vadher, Employer Engagement Manager at City University London, discusses the importance of helping students understand who they are and what they have to offer a graduate employer.




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).




Birmingham wins NUE Award for best careers service

AGCAS members were amongst the winners at the annual National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards) that took place on Friday 12 February 2016 in London.




Phoenix: Employer engagement issue now available

The latest edition of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available. The February 2016 issue focuses on employer engagement, with articles outlining the various ways that HE careers and employability services are working with different types of employers.




Update from CIPFA on graduate opportunities

In March 2016, Justin Richardson, AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) for the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), met with CIPFA representative Victoria Davitt to discuss graduate opportunities and developments.




J. P. Morgan wins TARGETjobs AGCAS award

J.P. Morgan has won the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement at the 2016 TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards. J.P. Morgan was nominated by Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) for its programme supporting students from low income backgrounds to achieve their full potential.




AGCAS Annual Conference 2016: Bookings now open

Bookings are now open for the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals 2016. Returning to a three-day event running from the 6th - 8th September at the University of Chester, the conference theme is Strategy in Action: Innovate, Influence, Impress.

The conference, supported by headline sponsor Prospects, will include a mix of topical keynote presentations, a wide range of workshops, an exhibition, a conference dinner and the AGCAS Awards for Excellence ceremony. The programme is available on the conference web page.




Prospects to headline sponsor 2016 AGCAS Annual Conference

AGCAS is pleased to announce that Prospects is the headline sponsor for the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals 2016. We are delighted to be working with Prospects, who have supported AGCAS's flagship conference over many years and helped us to make the Annual Conference the highlight of the HE careers calendar.




From mock interviews to mastering recruitment practice

Calli Amiras, Deputy Director of the Professional Development Centre and Head of Careers at Brunel University, is proud that Brunel was the first university careers service in the UK to use video interviewing. The careers service initially introduced Sonru's video interviewing as an interview preparation tool for students, but in practice its usage has extended far beyond their original intentions.




Aligning graduate attributes with careers practice at BCU

Jane McAllister and Katie Whitehouse are both careers consultants in the Careers and Employment Team at Birmingham City University (BCU). Here, they explore how careers consultants are working closely with academics to incorporate BCU’s graduate attributes into the delivery of careers sessions in order to make them more accessible to students from enrolment to graduation.




Playing tag: keeping track of graduate attributes

Helen Bhanaut, Learning Developer with the Learning and Teaching Development Unit at Cardiff Metropolitan University, introduces the concept of tagging as a means to increase awareness of Graduate Attributes.




What's the use of an attributes list?

Sam Rhodes, Head of Careers Service at the University of Brighton, discusses their unique approach for getting graduates to recognise their attributes. By creating a strong partnership between the careers service and the academic staff, the University of Brighton has been able to embed employability into the curriculum in an accessible way for its students.




Developing your Global Career webinar series

In Spring 2016 the Midlands International Group, a consortium of 16 universities, delivered a webinar series consisting of 13 online events targeted at international students. The sessions were supported by funding from UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) and careers professionals from across the region worked with employers and alumni to run a week of online sessions, which were designed to prepare for students for the global job market.




Helping PhD students articulate their skills to employers

Lorna Warnock, Employability Manager from the Department of Biology at The University of York, discusses the competency framework they use to articulate the skills of PhD students to potential employers. This toolkit is designed to help PhD students assess their own competencies and professional development whilst undertaking their PhD internships.




Be More! Making graduate attributes meaningful at Keele

Lisa McWilliams, Head of Careers and Employability at Keele University, reflects on bringing graduate attributes to life through themed activities, events, workshops and purple ducks!




STEP to launch National Internship Week (27 June - 1 July)

National Internship Week is a week-long celebration of internships, taking place from 27 June - 1 July. The week aims to highlight the positive impact that paid internships have on businesses, the UK economy and the interns themselves.




Tammy Goldfeld: my experience on the AGCAS Board

Tammy Goldfeld has departed from the AGCAS Board of Directors following the end of her three-year term of office. Tammy has been the AGCAS Director of Membership since June 2013 and has done an absolutely fantastic job at promoting our message. We would like to thank Tammy for her invaluable contribution to the Board.




Phoenix: graduate attributes issue now available

The latest edition of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available. The June 2016 issue focuses on graduate attributes, with articles outlining the various ways that HE careers and employability services are working with students and employers to raise awareness of the key attributes needed to attain graduate employment.

Despite being widely preached by universities, careers services and students alike, confusion still surrounds the graduate attributes agenda.  




AGCAS response to the EU referendum

Following last week's EU referendum outcome, the role of AGCAS member services in providing high-quality information, advice and guidance to students and graduates, and delivering support to employers and academics, is more important than ever to ensure our students and graduates develop the skills and attributes needed to navigate an uncertain and potentially changing jobs market.

As a community, we must prepare for the uncertainty and potential changes in the graduate labour market.




AGCAS response to the TEF consultation

Following consultation with members, AGCAS has submitted a response to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Technical Consultation. The AGCAS response relates specifically to the questions posed about the use of employment outcome metrics. The AGCAS view is that implementation of the TEF must take into account much wider conversations within the graduate employment context.




First-Year Student Careers and Employability Survey Report

Based on a pilot survey undertaken in a UK university in November 2015, the ‘First-Year Student Careers and Employability Survey Report’ was produced by the AGCAS Research group in early 2016. The report includes students' prior experience of careers support, current views on careers and employability, future intentions of accessing career related activities and opportunities, and their confidence level in practical aspects of employability.




AGCAS Awards for Excellence: 2016 shortlists announced

The shortlisted nominations for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2016 have been announced. This year saw a high number of entries, with 48 AGCAS member services nominated for a broad range of activities across the full range of HE careers and employability work. The standard of the initiatives submitted has been exceptional. In the end, 23 institutions have been shortlisted for the 8 Service Awards.




Summary of recent AGCAS GLaM discussions

The AGCAS Graduate Labour Market Sub Committee (GLaM) works with HESA and other key stakeholders on a range of issues concerning DLHE and related data collections. The GLaM Sub Committee met most recently in April where the group received reports from HESA, BIS, HECSU and ONS.




Access into Leading Professions: AGCAS response to APPG's social mobility inquiry

Following consultation with members, AGCAS has submitted a response to the call for written evidence for the APPG on Social Mobility's Inquiry into Access into Leading Professsions.

The AGCAS response focuses on three key strands: improving social mobility through outreach and support; promoting fairness in graduate recruitment; and encouraging transparency.




Vacancy on the AGCAS Postgraduate Research Students and Research Staff Task Group

The AGCAS Postgraduate Research Students and Research Staff Task Group is seeking a new member to join their proactive, energetic team.




AGCAS South East Practitioner’s Conference

On Thursday 23rd June, the Career Development Service at Canterbury Christ Church University in Kent, played host to over 150 higher education careers colleagues from across their region at the AGCAS South East Practitioner's Conference. This marked the second of AGCAS's regional conferences and the first to be held in this part of the country.




AGCAS Resources Survey 2016: snapshot of HE careers services

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 services within HE institutions and to find out ways that careers education, information, advice and guidance (CEIAG) is delivered.  




ALO update on teaching in the FE sector

In June 2016, Alison Proudlove, AGCAS Liaison Officer (ALO) for The Education & Training Foundation (ETF), met with a representative from the ETF to discuss further education (FE) teaching. Alison has since produced a detailed report giving an update on developments in the sector.




AGCAS research into students' experience of careers fairs

In 2015, the universities of Birmingham, Royal Holloway and Salford took part in a pilot project run by members of the AGCAS Research Group.

The research sought to gain a better understanding of what students gain from careers fairs in terms of information-gathering, opportunities for self-reflection, concrete links to employers, and applications and interview advice.




Disabled graduates' labour market prospects better than assumed, finds AGCAS report

AGCAS has published the latest edition of What Happens Next? A Report on the First Destinations of 2014 Disabled Graduates.

The report compares the employment outcomes of disabled and non-disabled university leavers six months after graduation and draws upon the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. This edition of What Happens Next? includes, for the first time, data on postgraduate leavers.




Edinburgh wins AGCAS Award for Internationalisation 2016

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 Careers Service supports the wider university's strategic aim of incorporating internationalisation in all areas of university activity.

In 2015, two of the department's initiatives really stood out for developing students' international mindset, outlook and ambition.




York wins AGCAS Award for Technology 2016

The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Technology, sponsored by FDM, is Careers at the University of York for their York Profiles & Mentors scheme.

The scheme is an innovative new web platform that connects students directly to graduates working in their job sector of interest. Since its release in December 2015, nearly 1,000 profiles have been created, allowing students to read career stories, ask questions and engage in an ongoing mentoring relationship.




Southampton wins AGCAS Award for Academic Engagement 2016

The 2016 AGCAS Award for Academic Engagement, sponsored by Gradcore, has been awarded to the University of Southampton. Their impressive partnership between the Careers and Employability Service, the School of Geography and Grosvenor has created tangible and long-lasting benefits to students.




Greenwich wins AGCAS Award for Employability 2016

The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Employability, sponsored by Prospects, is the University of Greenwich's Employability and Careers Service (ECS) for its new approach to suppporting the employability of its students, which has significantly improved the employment prospects of all Greenwich students, including Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) students.




Lincoln wins AGCAS Award for Employer Engagement 2016

The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Employer Engagement, sponsored by Gradconsult, is the University of Lincoln's Careers and Employability Centre. By developing an innovative employability partnership with Lincolnshire Police the university has been able to introduce their first employer-branded Lincoln Award, which has given students unprecedented access to in-house training and facilities, offering a distinct employability advantage whilst increasing police presence and visibility in the local student community.




Salford wins AGCAS Award for Entrepreneurship 2016

The University of Salford's Careers and Employability Service has been crowned the winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Entrepreneurship, sponsored by GSM London. The service has started offering lifelong enterprise and business start-up support to all students and graduates both within the curriculum and beyond. It provides free courses, events and incubators, which attract approximately a sixth of all Salford students to take part in enterprise events each year.




Audrey McCulloch wins AGCAS Significant Influence Award 2016

Audrey McCulloch is one of two recipients of the 2016 AGCAS Significant Influence Award. Audrey has been part of the fabric of higher education careers and employability work and, more specifically, AGCAS Scotland for over twenty years.




Southampton wins AGCAS Award for Partnership with Professional Services 2016

The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Award for Partnership with Professional Services, sponsored by Unitemps, is the University of Southampton. The Careers and Employability Service demonstrated collegiality in its partnership with Enabling Services in the launch of a programme to support the successful transition of disabled students into employment.




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.




Isla Fay wins the 2016 John Roberts Memorial Prize

The 2016 John Roberts Memorial Prize has been awarded to Isla Fay at the University of Cambridge for her work on the Postgraduate Certificate in Careers Education, Information and Guidance in HE (CEIGHE).

The John Roberts Memorial Prize is awarded annually, in memory of former AGCAS member, John Roberts, to the best student on a CEIGHE qualification course, delivered by The University of Warwick in collaboration with AGCAS.




Nominations open for TARGETjobs AGCAS award 2017

Nominations are now open for the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement, part of the TARGETjobs National Graduate Recruitment Awards 2017. The award recognises those employers who provide outstanding support for careers services' work with students and graduates. AGCAS member services are invited to nominate one employer (of any size and from any sector) who has demonstrated commitment to working collaboratively to ensure that students are equipped with the knowledge, skills and experience that will allow them to enter, thrive in, and gain satisfaction from the world of work.




Craig Phillips: AGCAS Outstanding Newcomer 2016

The winner of the 2016 AGCAS Outstanding Newcomer Award is Craig Phillips, Career Consultant at The University of Edinburgh. Despite having only started his career in HE 20 months ago, Craig has already made a phenomenal contribution to the shaping of the Careers and Employability Service at Edinburgh.




2017 AGCAS training and events
As 2016 draws to a close we have compiled a list of some of the scheduled events that AGCAS will be hosting in the new year. This is by no means a complete list, however, it gives a flavour of just some of the opportunities that we will be providing in 2017.




Heads of higher education careers services report a healthy graduate job market in 2016, despite challenges of Brexit
Around 70% of respondents to the Annual AGCAS Graduate Labour Market and Student Engagement Survey reported an increase in graduate vacancies and saw the market as generally more buoyant than the previous year.




AGCAS consultation response on the Partial Review of the Shortage Occupation List: Teachers
AGCAS has submitted a formal response to the Migration Advisory Committee’s Call for Evidence requested in September 2016 on the Partial Review of the Shortage Occupation List: Teachers.




NewDLHE and the future of graduate outcomes: AGCAS consultation response request
HESA are currently running a public consultation on the NewDLHE as part of a fundamental review of graduate outcomes data. The proposed NewDLHE will combine a universal census survey of graduates with linked data from other sources (which will include salary information from HMRC). AGCAS members are invited to contribute to an official AGCAS response to the consultation.




PAID writing opportunities: Eight more new job profiles
We are introducing eight new Types of Jobs titles on to the Prospects website to add to the extensive list of Types of Jobs (occupational profiles) we already publish with Graduate Prospects, as part of our joint commitment to produce relevant careers resources.




Updated AGCAS publications 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.




AGCAS member services win National Undergraduate Employability Awards
The eighth National Undergraduate Employability Awards (NUE Awards), took place on 24 February in London. The Awards were made up of three categories: Employer, University and Student, and amongst the University category winners were three AGCAS member service, to whom we would like to offer our congratulations.




Vacancies on the AGCAS Internationalisation Task Group
AGCAS is currently seeking applications from members for two positions on the Internationalisation Task Group, the focus of which is to help shape the careers support available to international students at UK Universities. The group meets two to three times annually to work on a wide range of events, conferences and resources.




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 Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark and Finland.




New and updated AGCAS titles live on Prospects
The latest batch of updated AGCAS publications is live on the Prospects website. This includes ten brand new What can I do with my degree? titles.




New What can I do with my degree in... titles live on Prospects

AGCAS Publications has produced ten new What can I do with my degree in... titles as part of our joint commitment with Graduate Prospects to produce relevant and informative resources for the benefit of students, graduates, careers professionals and the wider HE community.

 




Updated AGCAS publications live on Prospects
The latest updated AGCAS Job Profiles and What Can I Do With My Degree? titles are live on the Prospects website.




Marcus Andrews appointed as new AGCAS Membership Manager
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Marcus Andrews our new Membership Manager. Marcus has had a long affiliation with AGCAS through his position of Student Support Manager in Careers and Placements at Aston University.




Apprenticeships predicted to grow 59% this year
The latest report from the Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) indicates that employers are significantly scaling-up their apprenticeship programmes in 2017 with hiring expected to increase by 59%.




More updated AGCAS publications live on Prospects
The latest updated AGCAS Job Profiles and What Can I Do With My Degree? titles are live on the Prospects website.




New TEF grading leaves institutions and opinions divided
Following much anticipation in the HE sphere the results of the 2017 Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) have now been released. In total 134 UK universities and other higher education institutions have been awarded gold, silver or bronze ratings for the quality of their teaching. 




Developing a common language for graduate level digital jobs – input into the AGCAS response by 10 July
The Tech Partnership is seeking input from employers to develop a 'common language' to describe graduate level digital job roles. This will help employers articulate their skills needs for graduate roles, help universities and colleges to show their students how their degrees align to these skill requirements, and it will allow students to identify how their skills align to what employers are recruiting for.




New data from HESA on the employment of 2015/16 UK graduates
HESA have released a new report 'Employment of leavers summary: UK performance Indicators 2015/16' based on DLHE data. The report is designed to supply an objective illustration of how the higher education (HE) sector is performing with respect to widening participation, retaining students and graduate outcomes.  




Updated country profiles live on TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad
Five more AGCAS Country Profiles have been updated and are live on the
TARGETjobs and TARGETpostgrad websites. The updated titles are France, Greece, Latvia, Portugal and Germany.




Updated Diversity Matters title live on TARGETjobs
The following AGCAS Diversity Matters titles have been updated and are live on the TARGETjobs website: Age; Gender; People with a criminal record; Race; Disability and mental health.




Paid writing opportunities: 9 new job profile titles
As part of our commitment with Graduate Prospects to produce relevant careers resources, we are introducing nine new Job Profiles onto the Prospects website: Anaesthetist; Construction manager; Film director; Life coach; Marine biologist; Neurologist; Personal trainer; Veterinary nurse; and Zookeeper.




AGCAS Cymru Wales established
The board of AGCAS has recently agreed to establish AGCAS Cymru Wales which reflects their strategic plan for working at a regional level to inform and address key national issues as appropriate.




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.




Paid writing opportunities for AGCAS members with TARGETjobs
AGCAS works in partnership with GTI Media to provide top-quality careers information and advice to students and graduates to help them make better choices. As part of this partnership we are offering members the opportunity to fact check and update several Special Interest Series (SIS) titles, which will be published on the TARGETjobs website.


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