Graduate Market Trends
: The HECSU journal
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 2016
In this edition we address the most contested themes in this autumn's HE, skills and careers agendas:
- Sector opinion: Enjoy our regular column with Brian Hipkin, student experience expert and author.
- Myths about the graduate labour market - Prospects' Head of Higher Education Intelligence, Charlie Ball, employs his formidable expertise to debunk two common myths about graduate employment and university participation.
- 'A strong voice in the HE debate' - we interview AGCAS new Executive Director, Elaine Boyes.
- The HECSU Research Fund: Charlie Ball shares the fruits of last year's HECSU research funding programme
- HECSU Membership - HECSU's Relationship Manager Ellie Reynolds gives us an insight into the multiple benefits of being a member.
- A recruiter's perception of the graduate labour market - Grovelands Recruitment's Ella Eager presents the findings of her company's latest graduate survey from a recruiter's perspective.
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- Elaine Boyes, Executive Director, AGCAS
- Dame Professor Julia Goodfellow Vice Chancellor, The University of Kent, President, Universities UK
- Sorana Vieru Vice President, NUS
- Aaron Porter Director of External Affairs, NCUB
- Stephen Isherwood CEO, The Association of Graduate Recruiters
- Nick Davy HE Policy Manager, The Association of Colleges
- Steve Besley Head of UK Education Policy, Pearson Education Ltd
- Vivienne Stern Director of the International Unit
- Nick Hillman Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute
- Dr Sue Rigby Vice Principal of Learning and Teaching, University of Edinburgh
- Nicola Dandridge Chief Executive of Universities UK
- Dr David Docherty CEO of the National Centre for Universities and Business
- Dr Deirdre Hughes, OBE Chair of the National Careers Council
- Professors Kate Purcell and Claire Callendar principal investigators of Futuretrack and Futuretrack Part-time studies respectively
- Janet Beer Vice Chancellor of Oxford Brookes University
- Jenny Bimrose Professor at the University of Warwick
- Alan Milburn Independent Reviewer of Social Mobility and Child Poverty
- David Willetts MP Minister for Universities and Science
- Paul Redmond Head of Careers, University of Liverpool
- Steve Besley Head of Policy at Pearson Learning
- Carl Gilleard CEO of the AGR
- Julia King Vice Chancellor of Aston University
All interviews © Higher Education Careers Services Unit