Phoenix

Phoenix is the AGCAS journal, produced three times a year in February, June and October.

Phoenix is predominantly for AGCAS member services to showcase and share best practice in careers and employability service delivery across a wide range of areas; it is the vehicle for members to share the plethora of initiatives, schemes, projects and collaborations that sit at the heart of the modern-day university careers service.

Each issue is themed. Recent issues have covered regionalisation, big data, social mobility, student well-being, postgraduate students, placements, graduate destinations, graduate attributes and employer engagement.

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Next issue

June 2019: Academic Alignment

Latest issue

Phoenix February 2019 (Issue 156) – Supporting disabled students

Supporting disabled students

The February 2019 issue of Phoenix explores how higher education careers services are supporting disabled students.

This issue of Phoenix offers a snapshot of the wide-ranging student-centred initiatives being delivered by AGCAS members throughout the UK. Subjects discussed include:

  • Activity to support and empower disabled students as they transition into the world of work
  • Discourse around disclosure
  • Facilitating opportunities for disabled students to gain meaningful and valuable work experience
  • Collaboration with employers to enhance their disability awareness. 

Archive

Phoenix October 2018 (Issue 155) - Regional Collaboration

Phoenix June 2018 (Issue 154) - Big Data

Phoenix February 2018 (Issue 153) – Social Mobility

Phoenix October 2017 (Issue 152) – Student Well-being

Phoenix June 2017 (Issue 151) – Supporting Postgraduate Students

Phoenix February 2017 (Issue 150) – The Placements Issue

Phoenix October 2016 (Issue 149) – Graduate Destinations

Phoenix June 2016 (Issue 148) – Defining Graduate Attributes

Phoenix February 2016 (Issue 147) – Employer Engagement

Archive of Phoenix issues and themes (from 1977 to the present day)

To view earlier issues of Phoenix, please contact Gemma Green, Phoenix Editor.

How to write for Phoenix

Download the Phoenix article submission form

The 12-step guide to writing for Phoenix