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 2014

This edition of GMT takes a look at the internationalisation of UK higher education, Australian and UK graduate outcomes and an example employability approach. GMT interviewed Vivienne Stern, Director of the UK Higher Education International Unit. Graduate Careers Australia present some of the findings from their research recording the destinations of Australian graduates in the labour market three years after they graduated in 2010. Two articles are taken from the HECSU/AGCAS collaborative publication What do graduates do? 2014, the Employment review looks at the immediate outcomes of UK graduates from 2012/13 and What do mature graduates do? looks at the outcomes of those who studied for their first degrees as mature students. GMT in practice provides one example of how the University of York used the HEA’s employability framework to inform their approach to employability.

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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

"The single most useful source of information on the graduate labour market that I know of"


Higher Education Careers Professional

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


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