Using Futuretrack data, the Institute for Employment Research at the University of Warwick examined the higher education experiences and post-graduation aspirations of final year students from Northern Ireland studying in Northern Ireland and Great Britain, and of students from Great Britain studying in Northern Ireland.
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Using Futuretrack data from all four stages of the longitudinal study, the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) commissioned HECSU to produce reports which investigate work experience, studying while living at home and student dropout.
Pages: 122; Size: 2.23MB
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The Stage 4 research report examines graduates' experiences of the labour market and further study five and a half years after they first applied to higher eduction.
Pages: 250; Size: 3.30MB
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Working paper 4 explores students' perceptions of the skills they have to offer and the skills employers seek.
Pages: 29; Size: 536KB
Working paper 3 explores the impact of paid and unpaid work and student debt on students' experience of higher education.
Pages: 30; Size: 835KB
Working paper 2 explores how and why students search for particular types of graduate job.
Pages: 30; Size: 736KB
Kate Purcell's GMT article summarises some of the findings from the Futuretrack Stage 2 survey.
Pages: 5; Size: 264KB
Jane Artess's GMT article summarises the findings from Working Paper 1.
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Working paper 1 examines findings from the Stage 2 survey to develop a new classification of higher education institutions.
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The Stage 2 research report explores students' experiences of higher education one year on.
Pages: 235; Size: 4.15MB
The Stage 1 research report explores the diversity of students' career choices, plans and expectations.
Pages: 202: Size: 2.87MB
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