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Nesta has published two interactive data visualisations that describe the UK's creative economy. The data visualisations highlight the key features of this sector, answering two basic questions: where in the UK is the creative economy most concentrated and who works in the creative economy?
This report shows the results of the first Intentions After Graduation Survey (IAGS). The survey was offered to all online first degree respondents of the National Student Survey (NSS) and aimed to capture the intentions of final year undergraduates with respect to future study and employment options. This survey provides a baseline of the attitudes towards postgraduate study prior to surveying cohorts affected by the 2012 fee reforms.
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.
This paper examines the persistence of under-employment amongst UK higher education graduates. It draws on micro-data collected by the Higher Education Statistical Agency to calculate rates of 'non-graduate' employment six months and 42 months after graduation, among 2002-3 graduates.
Inside Buzz offers students and graduates the opportunity to browse thousands of quotes from actual employees. The website offers an inside view into companies, interviews, salary information and more for the accounting, banking, consulting and law sectors.
The INGRADA (International Network of Graduate Recruitment and Development Associations) Global Graduate Survey is based on surveys and market knowledge from six INGRADA member nations - USA, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, South Africa and the UK.
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