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GTI Breakfast News Dec 2019

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How can employers work with HEI's to improve graduate outcomes?

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GTI Breakfast News Dec 2019

  1. 1. Welcome and update Simon Rogers Director, GTI
  2. 2. Working to a higher purpose
  3. 3. 2019 dates 14 March 2019 6 June 2019 26 September 2019 5 December 2019 Working to a higher purpose
  4. 4. We want to hear from you via Twitter #BNews19 Working to a higher purpose
  5. 5. Todays agenda Welcome and GTI update Simon Rogers, Director, GTI The economic update Declan Curry, Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist The impact of university support on graduate outcomes Dasha Karzunina, Head of Research, Trendence UK (part of Group GTI) The future of universities Mary Curnock Cook OBE, former CEO, UCAS Nice luggage, where are we going? Dr. Bob Gilworth, Director, Careers Group – University of London & President, AGCAS (Introduced by Stephen Isherwood, CEO, Institute of Student Employers) HE: An inside view from government Rt Hon Jo Johnson, former Minister of State for Universities & Science Working to a higher purpose
  6. 6. What’s keeping HE up at night? • Uncertain HE policy environment reflected in lack of clarity in election manifestos by the different parties Working to a higher purpose • The Augar Review – will it come back into focus? What impact will reduced fees have on some HEI’s? • The value for money debate • Office for Students’ actively pursuing the Widening Participation agenda – it’s not just about access but also about awarding & outcome gaps • The first ‘graduate outcomes survey’ – as the data shifts from 6 months after graduation to 15 months – how will universities be held to account? • Work experience and the VC
  7. 7. Working to a higher purpose Research and advice Candidate engagement Operations outsourcing Integrations CRM, ATS Open APIs ConnectorsDashboards Content Tools Jobs Placements SERVICES Student communities 1.5m Universities 5,500 careers users Employers 200,000 Open Ecosystem Partners eg Testing, Video Universities Employer UI Universities Student UI PLATFORM ADVISORY BOARDS
  8. 8. The combined footprint 100k Firstyears 140k Secondandpenultimateyears 220k Finalyears 540k Postgrad/ recentgrad 1.5k Employeradvertisers 200k Employers 6.6k CareersAdvisers StudentServices 75 Universities 1.4k Contentpieces 75k Jobs& placements 1m Applications Working to a higher purpose
  9. 9. Working to a higher purpose
  10. 10. Thank you Simon Rogers Director, GTI
  11. 11. The Economic Update Declan Curry Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist
  12. 12. Thank you Declan Curry Broadcaster, Business and Economics Journalist
  13. 13. The impact of university support on graduate outcomes Dasha Karzunina Head of Research, Trendence UK (part of GTI)
  14. 14. Working to a higher purpose “Graduate Outcomes is a new model for the collection of graduate destinations data. This model allows us to capture rich and robust data, and will ensure the information we collect reflects recent changes in the HE sector and in the graduate labour market.  Questions on how meaningful or important they feel their activity to be & how they’re progressing towards future goals  Better data on graduates in creative roles and entrepreneurs  Wellbeing measures developed by the ONS  Questions about self employment and freelancing
  15. 15. Career confidence in 2019 Trendence Graduate Survey Working to a higher purpose 23% 39% 63% 67% "I am thinking about founding my own start-up company during or straight after my studies" "I feel like my career options are determined by my social background" "My course provides me with the skills necessary for the labour market" "It will be tough to get a good job in 2019"
  16. 16. Factors influencing career confidence Working to a higher purpose Social profile Ethnicity Disability status Subject back- ground Sexuality
  17. 17. How to improve student confidence? Working to a higher purpose Confidence about future career Confidence about completing the degree Satisfaction with quality of the course Involvement in student activities Sense of belonging & feeling part of the community
  18. 18. What concerns you on a daily basis? Working to a higher purpose Welfare concerns come first
  19. 19. Working to a higher purpose Confidence about future career Belonging at university & part of community Having someone to call on when need help Students have a large group of friends Involvement in student activities 55% of students believe the university cares about their mental health Impact of wellbeing & loneliness
  20. 20. What are your motivations for getting involved? Working to a higher purpose Making friends is the #1 priority
  21. 21. Satisfaction with careers services Trendence Graduate Survey Working to a higher purpose 63.2% students overall are satisfied with careers provision 17% 20% 27% 22% 9% 3% 3% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% Very satisfied Satisfied Somewhat satisfied No opinion Somewhat dissatisfied Dissatisfied Very dissatisfied
  22. 22. Key takeaways Working to a higher purpose Goodgraduate outcomes incorporate wellbeing& purpose SUsarean important partnerin developing studentskills University support services need to work together Self- exploration, development &belonging Buildcareer confidencein yourstudents
  23. 23. Thank you Dasha Karzunina Head of Research, Trendence UK (part of GTI)
  24. 24. The future of universities Mary Curnock Cook OBE Former CEO, UCAS
  25. 25. Thank you Mary Curnock Cook OBE Former CEO, UCAS
  26. 26. Nice luggage, where are we going? Dr. Bob Gilworth, Director, Careers Group – University of London & President, AGCAS (Introduced by Stephen Isherwood, CEO, Institute of Student Employers) Career is personal: “Graduates’ Outcomes”
  27. 27. Staring Points and Journeys-the data Decide (48.66%) Plan (26.23%) Compete (21.30%) Other (3.81%)
  28. 28. Starting Points and Journeys - what it means Data on all students who are here right now. Understanding starting points and journeys. Don’t do “I wouldn’t start from here”. Targeting resources to people and topics for the greatest impact…. Working to a higher purpose
  29. 29. Careers Registration and Graduate level work Graduate Level Work Career readiness 2016-17 No Yes Grand Total Decide 45% 55% 100% Plan 31% 69% 100% Compete 28% 73% 100% Sorted 2% 98% 100% Grand Total 32% 68% 100% The Golden Thread
  30. 30. Careers and Employability? The latter is not just a more modern way of saying the former. Employability = relatively linear acquisition of assets (Luggage). Career = personal, iterative defining of purpose and direction (map or satnav). The personal Career context translates the acquisition of assets into meaningful outcomes for students, employers and society. Working to a higher purpose
  31. 31. Sectors and work experience Sectors of interest Work experience in field?
  32. 32. Moving the Dial: Confirmatory and Exploratory
  33. 33. Thank you Dr. Bob Gilworth, Director, Careers Group – University of London & President, AGCAS
  34. 34. HE: An inside view from government Rt Hon Jo Johnson, former Minister of State for Universities & Science
  35. 35. Thank you Rt Hon Jo Johnson, former Minister of State for Universities & Science

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