This issue’s interview gives us a fascinating insight into David Willetts’ views on the debates about preparation for entry into higher education and the socioeconomic role of the sector. Next, in ‘free to comment’ careers guidance policy expert Professor Tony Watts reflects on the themes raised by the Minister and uncovers what he believes to be conflicting messages between current policy and future practice in information and guidance. We also bring you another exclusive: a preview of the research findings of the yet unpublished HECSU report on regional graduate employment.
- UCAS Media breakfast event to offer graduate recruitment insight May 4, 2016
- Google voted most popular graduate employer May 4, 2016
- TARGETjobs awards recognise the undergraduates of the year April 26, 2016
- Third of students feel pressure to accept offers from universities that aren’t their first choice April 25, 2016
- Liverpool John Moores - How does the type of careers education and guidance which our students have received in a school or college setting affect their career readiness once they arrive at university? April 25, 2016
- University of Essex - What are the advantages of adopting a discipline-specific versus generic approach to credit bearing employability teaching? March 15, 2016
- Manchester Metropolitan University - Student perception and use of video interviewing techniques March 8, 2016