Employability and Career Progression for Full time, UK Resident Masters Students

  • Publication Date: 01-02-2004
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Based on interviews with masters students, course directors, careers advisers, employers and others, this is an on-going study of the factors affecting the career decision making and progression of students on six taught masters courses at two universities.

There is particular focus on the students' reasons for entering masters courses, their related guidance needs and provision, the effects of their experiences on their career plans, and their post-course transitions into work and further study/research. Thus far, an interim report, two briefing papers and a final phse summary have been produced.


Reference: Employability and Career Progression for Full time, UK Resident Masters Students, 2004, a study from the Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Leeds, for the Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) 

Publisher: HECSU
Type: Report
Authors
  • Bowman, H., Colley, H., and Hodkinson, P.

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