AGCAS Awards for Excellence

AGCAS Awards for Excellence encourage, reward and share good practice amongst HE careers and employability practitioners, and their partner organisations, by promoting quality, innovative and collaborative projects and high professional standards across the full range of HE careers and employability work 

 

The following awards were presented via the AGCAS Awards for Excellence showcase webinars, 14–16 July 2020.

AWARDS FOR SERVICES

Building Effective Partnerships Award

Open to AGCAS member services who are able to demonstrate effective collaboration with one or more organisations, with the ultimate aim of demonstrable benefits for the service’s stakeholders.

Winner: Birmingham City University, Aston University and Newman University

View presentations from the winner and shortlisted nominees

 

Strategic Innovation Award

Open to AGCAS member services who can show the effective design or redesign of the way in which a service is delivered in order to adapt to changes and/or meet new demands, whether institutional, regional or sector-wide. This can also include incorporating the use of new technologies.

Winner: Sheffield Hallam University

View presentations from the winner and shortlisted nominees

 

Supporting Student/Graduate Employability Award

Open to AGCAS member services who can show effective development and implementation of an initiative with the ultimate aim of improving student/graduate outcomes and learning gain. 

Winner: University of Reading

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AWARDS FOR INDIVIDUALS

Outstanding Newcomer

For an individual who has worked in an AGCAS member service and been a Full or Partner Member of AGCAS for fewer than two years consecutively, who has made an outstanding initial contribution to the work of a member service.

Winner: Alisdair McKibben, University of Aberdeen

 

Significant Contribution Award – Individual

For an individual who has worked in an AGCAS member service and been a Full or Partner Member of AGCAS for more than two years consecutively, who has made an exceptional contribution to the work of a member service.

Winner: Katie Hill, University of Bristol

 

John Roberts Memorial Award

The John Roberts Memorial Award is given to the best student on the AGCAS/University of Warwick Career Education, Information and Guidance in Higher Education qualifications as selected by The University of Warwick Course Director, Phil McCash.

Winner: Judith Poulteney

View awards categories and winners in 2019

View awards categories and winners in 2018

View awards categories and winners in 2017

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