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: Summer 2014

This edition of GMT includes an interview with Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) who tells us more about the lack of legislation to put students at the heart of the system. Dr Tracy Scurry and Professor John Blenkinsopp present their research into graduate underemployment. Wendy Rudland summarises the aims and outcomes of the Making the Most of Masters project. HECSU's Charlie Ball examines data from the Futuretrack longitudinal study to look at respondents' intentions to undertake postgraduate study. Andrew McCulloch uses the Longitudinal Study of Young People in England to look at how young people's aspirations to go to university changed. Gill Sharp introduces the Central London Careers Hub which will put on lectures looking specific industries and sectors intended for careers consultants.

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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"


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