Phoenix (the AGCAS journal)
Latest issue: October 2016 - Graduate destinations
The latest edition of Phoenix explores graduate destinations in the context of a changing HE landscape.
This issue was compiled before the announcement of any outcomes from HESA's fundamental #NewDLHE review of data collection and at a time when the full impact of Brexit on the graduate labour market still remains unclear.
The lead article is by Dan Cook, who offers his overview of the work HESA has undertaken so far on the destinations and outcomes consultation. Charlie Ball gives his view on the post-referendum landscape for students, graduates and careers and employability professionals and asks what Brexit really means for the graduate labour market.
AGCAS has been at the forefront of the debate influencing what #NewDLHE might look like with representation on both the strategic and working groups of HESA's review by members of the AGCAS Graduate Labour Market Sub Committe (GLaM). For this issue, GLaM has collated a range of articles and opinion pieces, including perspectives on tracking graduate outcomes from colleagues overseas and the realities of managing the DLHE collection process (while we still have DLHE).
The October 2016 issue also includes contributions from members of the AGCAS Education Liaison Task Group:
• exploring the labour market for postgraduates;
• considering the self-employment landscape;
• extracting the evidence of the true impact of work experience;
• asking what drives millennials' career intentions.
Phoenix is the AGCAS journal, produced three times a year. Publication dates are February, June and October. Phoenix was re-launched as a digital journal in January 2013 and is no longer produced in hard copy.
Each issue focuses on a specific theme. Regular content includes:
• features on the latest developments in the world of HE careers and employability;
• opinion pieces;
• recent careers-related research;
• Careers Anonymous.
Next issue: February 2017 - Placements
Author(s): Editor: Gemma Green, AGCAS Communications and Engagement Manager; AGCAS Phoenix Editorial Group
Production date: 2016
How to obtain: An archive of digital and pre-digital issues is below (only available to AGCAS members who have registered with this site and signed in).
Communities: Yorkshire and Humberside, West Midlands, Wales, Teaching Professions, South West England, South England, South East England, Scotland, Research Staff, Research, Recruiters and Partners, Quality, Qualification, Psychometric Assessment, Postgraduate, North West England, North East England, London, Legal Subjects, Ireland, Internationalisation, ICT, Health and Medical Professions, Heads and Deputies, Graduate Labour Market (GLaM), Enterprise, Employability, East Midlands, Diversity, Creative Industries, Careers Information, Careers Education, Careers Advice and Guidance, AGCAS
Audiences: Academics, Careers practitioners , Employers
Digital Phoenix downloads: January 2013 - latest version (AGCAS members only)
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Phoenix themes and issues archive (1977 - present day)
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