The summer edition of Graduate Market Trends (GMT) launches today (22 July 2014) with the latest research on graduate underemployment, a look at a new toolkit that’s embedding work-based projects into masters education and an interview with Nick Hillman, former advisor to David Willetts.
Businesses, careers services and universities are encouraged to showcase their achievements in the postgraduate arena as the second annual Prospects Postgraduate Awards open for entries.
The differences between part-time and full-time Masters graduates are so great, that treating them as one group risks misleading students about their early job prospects – reports Charlie Ball, labour market expert at the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU), in the spring edition of Graduate Market Trends (GMT).
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