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AGCAS Awards 2017: Award categories and shortlists

Service Awards

AGCAS Award for Academic Engagement
For effective partnership with one or more institutional academic department(s), with the ultimate aim of improving the employability of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates. 

On the shortlist:

• University of Birmingham
• University of Hull
• Ulster University

AGCAS Award for Employability sponsored by Gradcore 
For improving the employability of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates, with demonstrable institutional-level impact. 

On the shortlist:

• Queen's University Belfast
• University of Brighton
• Durham University
• University of Hull 


AGCAS Award for Employer Engagement
sponsored by Gradconsult 
For effective partnership with one or more named employers and/or for engaging employers of a particular type/sector with the work of careers and employability services, with the ultimate aim of improving the employability of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates. 

On the shortlist:

• Ulster University
• University of Leicester
• Queen Margaret University

AGCAS Award for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
For effective support of enterprise and entrepreneurship, including engaging students with business start-up and/or improving the enterprise and entrepreneurial development of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates. 

On the shortlist:

• Southampton Solent University
• Wrexham Glyndwr University
• University of Dundee
• City, University of London

AGCAS Award for Internationalisation
For effective development and implementation of an internationalisation strategy with the ultimate aim of improving the global mindset of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates. 

On the shortlist:

• University of Dundee
• King's College London
• The Careers Group

AGCAS Award for Partnership with Professional Services sponsored by GSM London
For effective partnership with one or more institutional professional services department(s), with the ultimate aim of improving the employability of students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates. 

On the shortlist:

• Durham University
• Oxford Brookes University
• Coventry University

AGCAS Award for Research Informed Practice
To encourage and promote research-informed practice in all areas of members’ activity. We are seeking nominations for the generation of new knowledge and insight that has been or could be used to enhance the work of AGCAS member services. 

On the shortlist:

• Liverpool John Moores University
• The Careers Group
• University of Dundee

AGCAS Award for Student Engagement 
sponsored by Prospects 
For engaging students, or a specific group of students, with career planning and employability. 

On the shortlist:

• Nottingham Trent University
• University of Glasgow
• University of Reading (Henley Business School)
• University of Leicester

AGCAS Award for Technology sponsored by Symplicity 
For an innovative initiative using technology to deliver careers and employability services to students/graduates, or a specific group of students/graduates.

On the shortlist:

• Durham University
• University College Cork
• University of Dundee

Individual Awards


AGCAS Outstanding Newcomer Award
For an outstanding initial contribution to the work of an AGCAS member careers and employability service (for AGCAS members of less than two years). 

On the shortlist: 

• Daniel Mitchell, University of Reading
• Clare Robertson-Hunt, University of Dundee
• Emily Roisin Reid, The University of Warwick

AGCAS Significant Influence Award

For an outstanding and sustained contribution to the work of AGCAS over a number of years. 

To be announced on the evening...


Award winner benefits

Award winners will:

• be presented with a trophy at the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals conference dinner;
• be eligible to use the AGCAS Awards for Excellence Winners 2017 logo;
• benefit from AGCAS publicity including at the AGCAS Annual Conference for HE Careers and Employability Professionals conference dinner, on the AGCAS website, in ARENA and Phoenix, and in press releases;
• have an excellent opportunity to generate their own internal and external publicity.

All nominees and AGCAS members will benefit from:

• the sharing of information about innovative and excellent practice;
• the celebration of excellence and profile raising of HE careers services and careers and employability education, information, advice or guidance more generally.

Nominations

Below are the nominations sent in by those on the shortlist, except the Outstanding Newcomers who have been nominated.


  • Nominations for the AGCAS Awards

    • Academic Engagement (Locked)
    • Employability (Locked)
    • Employer Engagement (Locked)
    • Enterprise and Entrepreneurship (Locked)
    • Internationalisation (Locked)
    • Partnership with Professional Services (Locked)
    • Research Informed Practice (Locked)
    • Student Engagement (Locked)
    • Technology (Locked)
    • Outstanding Newcomer (Locked)

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