Graduate Market Trends : The HECSU journal

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Graduate Market Trends (GMT) is HECSU's quarterly journal. It provides high quality information about contemporary debates in higher education, graduate employment and career learning.

Latest edition - Spring 2016

In this edition we address the most contested themes in this spring's HE, skills and careers agendas:

  • For she's a jolly good fellow! GMT interviews Dame Professor Julia Goodfellow, Vice Chancellor, the University of Kent, President UUK
  • Sector Opinion: Enjoy our regular column with Brian Hipkin, Vice Chair of AMOSSHE and author
  • Social mobility and graduate outcomes: Nik Miller, Director of The Bridge Group, reports
  • Fulfilling our potential! Bob Athwal, Director of Student Experience at The University of Leicester provides an insight into his team's transformational employability work. 
  • Eastern promise: Femi Bola, Director of Employability at The University of East London reports on UEL graduates' career paths
  • A framework for embedding employability in HE: By Doug Cole, Head of Employability and Strategy at the Higher Education Academy
  • Graduate Migration 2015:  An exclusive research article by Charlie Ball, Head of HE Intelligence at Prospects.
  • It's decison time! Making decisions about PG study: Dr Robin Mellours-Bourne, acting Chief Executive and Director of Research and intelligence, CRAC, reports.
  • For the sake of young people's prospects: Shakira Martin, Vice President for further education, NUS, talks about a new campaign calling for increased  investment in the sector.

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