Welcome to the Employability community
If you deliver careers information, advice and guidance AND you'd like to be better equipped to help clients make informed choices about employability or have ideas you'd like to share with others, this AGCAS web community is for you.
AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2015: nominations now open
AGCAS has opened nominations for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2015. Nominations are invited from AGCAS member services, individual members of AGCAS or partnerships/groups of AGCAS member services, as appropriate for each award category.
AGCAS Awards for Excellence encourage, reward and share good practice amongst HE careers and employability practitioners, and their partner organisations, by promoting high-quality, creative, innovative and collaborative projects and high professional standards across the full range of HE careers and employability work.
PwC is to scrap the UCAS tariff as an entry criteria for its graduate scheme. Removing UCAS scores as an entry prerequisite follows analysis of applications to the firm from students who have no...
Phoenix Education Trust has won the AGCAS Award for Careers Service Engagement at the 2015 TARGETjobs National Grad...
- Update on architectural education from RIBA
- University of Leicester wins AGR Award
- New ALO appointed for SkillsActive
- Mark Stow elected AGCAS Director of Communications
- Update on graduate opportunities from CIPFA
- AGCAS at Westminster: Influencing the future of HE careers
- Commitment to Employability award for the University of Kent
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The fit between graduate labour market supply and demand
This is a working paper from the Futuretrack survey (stage 3), which examines 3rd year UK undergraduate degree final year students' perceptions of the skills they have to offer and ... More details ›
Exchanging views and ideas
All AGCAS members can exchange views and ideas by submitting news articles to this website and contributing to the discussions that follow many articles.
You can also pick the brains of other careers professionals through the EMPLOYABILITY-DEVELOPMENT discussion list (click on 'subscribe' to join). Though not an AGCAS-owned list, it's a list that many AGCAS members subscribe to.
People to contact
Senior Careers Adviser
The University of Nottingham
Closing Date: May 31, 2015
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A one-day workshop designed, developed and run by an ex-graduate employer. As well as sharing best practice, this interactive workshop will encourage...
A one-day session for careers and employability professionals supporting clients through the early stages of the graduate recruitment process. This in...