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 Autumn 2015

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

  • 'AGR making a real difference': GMT interviews Stephen Isherwood, CEO, The Association of Graduate Recruiters
  • GMT Sector opinion: Brian Hipkin, Dean of Students at Regents University and Vice Chair of AMOSSHE kicks off his regular column - 'Does the cap fit?'
  • Who wins the rat race? Tristram Hooley, Professor of Career Education and Head of iCeGS at the University of Derby deconstructs graduate recruitment and discusses ethical career guidance practice
  • This year's employment review by Charlie Ball, Head of Research at Prospects
  • A case study of higher education pathways of rural students by Rosie Alexander, Careers Manager at the University of islands and Highlands
  • When work experience empowers: Louise Cooper, Placement Officer at the university of Sheffield shares her positive experience of empowered students
  • Supporting young talent entering the creative industries: A unique Creative Skillset insight by Lydia Lewison, Schools Policy and Engagement Manager

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Professor Kate Purcell, University of Warwick

"GMT provides a comprehensive record of research in the field and is the best indicator I know of the key issues in higher education and graduate employment"


Higher Education Researcher

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"One of the most digestable sources of graduate LMI and associated careers issues"


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