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AGCAS announces official partnership with GTI Media

AGCAS, the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services, the voice of HE careers and employability professionals, is delighted to announce that, with immediate effect, it will be working with GTI Media, publishers of TARGETjobs, TARGETjobs Events and TARGETcourses in the UK, to deliver key careers information to undergraduates, postgraduates and recent graduates.

The careers information covered by the partnership includes detailed sector briefings, country profiles, advice on diversity and discrimination, teaching as a profession and various other specific topics related to job-hunting. This content will now appear exclusively and officially on

AGCAS is the professional organisation for careers services in over 130 UK universities and its members will be contributing original content to as part of the agreement. GTI Media has been closely involved with careers services for 25 years and has always supported their work and promoted their influence and importance within universities.

Critical contribution

GTI Media and AGCAS will also be discussing collaborative research projects and other initiatives to create a greater awareness of the importance of careers and employability education, advice, information and guidance and the critical contribution made by graduate recruitment to the economy.

Dr Paul Redmond, President of AGCAS, says:

“We are really excited to be working with GTI Media. We know our material, which is written by highly trained and well-informed professionals, is highly valued by students and graduates. This partnership will ensure that it's kept up-to-date and remains readily accessible to them wherever they are studying and after graduation."

Chris Phillips, Information and Research Director at GTI Media, comments:

“GTI Media puts students at the heart of everything we do and our mission has always been to provide them with top-quality careers information and advice to help them make better choices. We are delighted to be working in a more formal and official way with AGCAS, an organisation that shares the same goals and with whom we have worked constructively for many years. But it’s the students who will benefit most.”

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