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Get that Job is aimed at supporting the transition of disabled students and graduates into employment. The programme features disabled graduates, employers and an adviser addressing a range of topics, including: identifying disability-friendly employers; applying for work; disclosing a disability; adjustments in the workplace.
Members of the AGCAS Disability Task Group have set up a blog aimed at fellow practitioners who have an interest in working with disabled students and graduates. The blog highlights work that the group does and also serves to publicise relevant training sessions and useful new resources.
The Graduate Success website features graduates from 2011 and 2012 reflecting on their university experience - their courses, their activities and their career choices - and how these have affected their transition into employment.
Phoenix is AGCAS' digital journal. It is produced three times a year, usually published in January/February, May and September/October.
The latest issue is February 2014.
This guide aims to help students and graduates thinking of working abroad. It examines the reasons why students want to work abroad, the issues to consider, types of work available, finding overseas employers and vacancies and also provides a useful checklist.
This guide aims to help students and graduates thinking of studying abroad. It looks at the reasons why students want to study abroad, whether their qualifications will be recognised, how to find the right course, fees and funding and the application process.
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