Welcome to the Careers Advice and Guidance community
This community is for anyone interested in careers advice and guidance in an HE context. It is intended as a forum for sharing and discussing theory and good practice, as well as a signpost to resources and events of interest.
AGCAS Executive Director update: strategy and policy work (June 2016)
As I write, I know many members are still adjusting to the period of uncertainty and change that we are now entering. As careers professionals, I also know that members' focus will be on supporting and advising students and graduates during this period of transition. Following consultation with AGCAS heads of service, the AGCAS Board has published its response to the AGCAS referendum.
Following last week's EU referendum outcome, the role of AGCAS member services in providing high-quality information, advice and guidance to students and graduates, and delivering support ...
The latest edition of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available. The June 2016 issue focuses on graduate attributes, with articles outlining the various ways that HE careers and em...
- STEP to launch National Internship Week (27 June - 1 July)
- Be More - making graduate attributes meaningful at Keele
- Developing your Global Career webinar series
- Men and Women for all Seasons
- What's the use of an attributes list?
- Playing tag: keeping track of graduate attributes
- Aligning graduate attributes with careers practice at BCU
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Understanding how people choose to pursue taught postgraduate study
This research, commissioned by HEFCE, explores how prospective postgraduate students, particularly those who have spent time away from higher education, make decisions about postgraduate study (... More details ›
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Careers and Employability Adviser
The Open University
Closing Date: June 30, 2016
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This one-day workshop will look at how you can best support Chinese students and, in particular, support their employability options in China.
This AGCAS NE Regional Training event will explore the wider career opportunities open to language graduates and others with strong language skills.
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Events occurring in June
- Working with clients with an autism spectrum disorder, and working with students with mental health problems, Newcastle