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New guidelines for setting up regional DLHE groups

The Graduate Labour Market Task Group (GLAM) has published guidelines and recommendations to support new or existing members with setting up, joining or running a regional DLHE group.




AGCAS report explores first destinations and ethnicity
AGCAS's Race Equality Task Group has produced a new report, which outlines the destinations of graduates from different ethnic groups. What Happens Next? compares the employment outcomes of first degree black and minority ethnic graduates with their white counterparts.




Interested in graduate destinations? Invitation to join AGCAS task group

The AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group currently has three vacancies and invites AGCAS members with an interest in graduate destinations to join their group.




Crunching DLHE data online

St Mary’s University College (part of The Careers Group, University of London), is one of the first colleges in the UK to use Destinations Interactive, a new online DLHE system, which allows careers professionals and other HE staff to 'crunch' DLHE data easily and effectively. 




What Do Graduates Do? 2012 edition published

What do Graduates Do? 2012 is now available to download. It is a collaboration between the AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group and HECSU: HECSU provides the facts from the DLHE returns; AGCAS writers provide the expertise and articles to make sense of the figures.




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.




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.




'Non-graduate' jobs data - an AGCAS perspective

New figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that almost half of all university graduates are in jobs that don't require a degree. The ONS analysis, Graduates in the UK labour market 2013, shows 47% of graduates are working in 'non-graduate' roles. AGCAS President, Paul Redmond, asks: what is a 'non-graduate' job? And how neatly can you classify roles in a changing graduate jobs market?




Vacancy on the AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group

The AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group is looking for a new member to write articles for What Do Graduates Do?, written by members of the group and produced in conjunction with HECSU, and contribute to increasing awareness of the publication within AGCAS and beyond.




Update from the Graduate Labour Market Task Group

The AGCAS Graduate Labour Market Task Group (GLAM) regularly meets with representatives from HESA, HEFCE, BIS, ONS, HECSU and other key stakeholders in the collection of graduate labour market data to discuss issues arising out of data collection and any forthcoming changes, and their possible implications for institutions. The task group has produced a useful update for members outlining recent meetings, current projects, group membership and the AGCAS nominee for the Longitudinal DLHE steering group.




HESA publishes graduate destinations statistics

HESA has published statistics on the destinations of UK and other EU domiciled leavers from higher education who obtained qualifications in higher education institutions (HEIs) in the UK during the academic year 2012/13. The data draws on the 2012/13 Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey and presents time series analysis relating to 2011/12 when the revised DLHE survey was introduced.




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). 




HESA review of destinations and outcomes data: update from AGCAS representatives

AGCAS is represented on both the strategic and working groups of HESA's review of data on destinations and outcomes for leavers from HE by Co-Chairs of the Graduate Labour Market Sub Committee (GLaM), Terry Dray and Andrew Whitmore. Here, they provide an update on the review and a summary of recent discussions.

AGCAS's contribution to the review is being welcomed and we are influencing the discussions appropriately.




What do graduates do? shows graduate unemployment rate lowest since 1989
The latest edition of What do graduates do? has shown that a robust graduate jobs market combined with a sharp rise in students taking postgraduate courses has led to the lowest graduate unemployment rate since 1989. 


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What Do Researchers Do?

What Do Researchers Do? provides analysis of the first employment destinations of doctoral graduates from 2003-2007, including an exploration of employment rates, sectors and occupations. The publication also includes forty careers profiles of researchers who have completed their doctorate.




On Track: Class of 2004

In 2004, the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council (SHEFC) and the Scottish Further Education Funding Council (SFEFC) jointly commissioned a longitudinal survey of learners who qualified from Scottish colleges and universities. The survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI and Critical Thinking, has tracked the progress of this group of learners over five years. The learners were surveyed four times: in 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2009.




On Track: Class of 2007

The On Track project is funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) and follows the career progression of graduates from Scottish insitutions.




Tracking International Graduate Outcomes 2011

The International Graduate Insight Group (i-graduate) was commissioned to run a study of International Graduate Outcomes by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) in November 2009.




Differences in employment outcomes

This report examines the early career employment outcomes of UK-domiciled students who qualified from a full-time, first degree course in the academic year 2008-09. It identifies differences in employment outcomes for different equality groups and examines whether differences seen in a graduate's early career persist into the medium term.




Implications of 'Dimensions of quality' in a market environment

This report concerns the practical implications of the use of performance indicators for the way institutions are currently attempting to attract students, improve quality, improve 'value for money' and improve their relative standing in relation to educational provision.

 




What Do Graduates Do?

Published annually, What Do Graduates Do? uses statistics drawn from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey (DLHE), which is conducted by every university in the UK each year to try and establish what every graduate is doing six months after graduation. What Do Graduates Do? is the result of a close collaboration between AGCAS and Prospects, on behalf of the Higher Education Careers Service Unit (HECSU).

Key findings from the lastest edition of What do Graduates Do? (2017) shows that the graduate unemployment rate is at its lowest since 1989. 




Higher education and beyond: Outcomes from full-time first degree study

This report examines the degree outcomes and employment circumstances of young UK-domiciled students starting a full-time first degree course in 2006-07 at a higher education institution.




What Do Social Science Graduates Do?

This report reveals the destinations of social science graduates at approximately 3.5 years after graduating. The report is based on the analysis of data from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) longitudinal survey conducted by HESA, and case studies from recent graduates.




Early Destinations of Students Qualifying from Scottish Higher Education Institutions 2012-13

This publication presents information from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey for Scottish domiciled leavers and leavers from Scottish HEIs. It reports on the destinations of 2012-13 leavers, six months after qualifying, with time series analysis available for two years.


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