The AGCAS Disability Task Group has produced the latest edition of What Happens Next? A Report on the First Destinations of 2014 Disabled Graduates. This report compares the employment outcomes of disabled and non-disabled university leavers six months after graduation and draws upon the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. This edition of What Happens Next, also, for the first time includes data on postgraduate leavers.
In 2015, the universities of Birmingham, Royal Holloway and Salford took part in a pilot project run by members of the AGCAS Research Group.
The research sought to gain a better understa...
The results are in from the AGCAS Membership Survey 2016, which took place earlier this year.
The results of the survey provide valuable insight into the priorities and needs o...
Following consultation with members, AGCAS has submitted a response to the call for written evidence for the APPG on Social Mobility's Inquiry into Access into Leading Professsions.
The shortlisted nominations for the AGCAS Awards for Excellence 2016 have been announced. This year saw a high number of entries, with 48 AGCAS member services nominated for a broad range of ...
- AGCAS response to the TEF consultation
- More graduates working in professional services, reveals DLHE 2014/15
- AGCAS response to the EU referendum
- Phoenix: graduate attributes issue now available
- AGCAS to help implement Shadbolt computer science recommendations
Are you a registrant of the AGCAS/Warwick PG Cert, PG Diploma or MA in CEIGHE? You can apply for HECSU bursary funding for the AGCAS qualification residentials.
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Closing Date: October 18, 2016
What Do Graduates Do?
Published annually, What Do Graduates Do? uses statistics drawn from the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey (DLHE), which is conducted by every university in the UK ea... More details ›
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This community is for careers professionals working with international students and graduates. It is intended as a forum for sharing and discussing issues, resources and good practice relating to i...
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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...
This specialist Fair will bring together over 25 of the UK’s leading Universities, all with substantial PhD funding on offer.
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