Welcome to the Careers Education community
This community is for anyone involved in delivering careers education to HE students and graduates, both inside and outside the curriculum. It is intended as a forum for the exchange of ideas and views and will promote good practice.
Phoenix: February 2015 edition now available
The latest issue of Phoenix, the AGCAS journal, is now available.
The February 2015 edition focuses on university mission groups, exploring the role these groups play in the higher education landscape. Do they shape careers service employability identities? Unite or divide?
Do you have a good knowledge of a particular area of careers and employability work, for example subject or sector-specific LMI, widening participation, diversity issues, international student...
A team of careers consultants at The Careers Group, University of London has successfully designed and delivered the world's first careers and employability skills MOOC via the Coursera...
- Introducing Eluned Jones, new AGCAS President
- Anne-Marie Martin, former AGCAS President, to retire
- Call for articles for Phoenix, AGCAS journal
- Jan Perrett awarded MBE
- Parental influence research: survey for AGCAS members
- Linking career planning and scientific thinking: An approach to working with science graduates
- Professional development at New College of the Humanities
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Stop and Measure the Roses
Stop and Measure the Roses investigates the ways in which some university careers services measure their effectiveness and success. The research is funded by HECSU as part of PROP (Putting Resea... 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.
AGCAS members can also pick the brains of other careers professionals through the AGCAS Careers Education LinkedIn Group.
People to contact
If you'd like to talk to other AGCAS members about topics related to this community, contact the AGCAS Careers Education Task Group.
Senior Faculty Employability Manager, Social Sciences
University of Essex
Closing Date: March 18, 2015
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This two-day course is compulsory for registrants studying the Career Development Theories module of the joint AGCAS and The University of Warwick MA,...
A four-day course and an optional module of the PG Diploma and MA of the AGCAS/Warwick CEIGHE qualification.