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Nigerian officials Sep. 2018New cohort of Nigerian officials visit IER for training

In September IER hosted a second cohort of labour market officials from the Nigerian Government’s Industrial Training Fund. The visitors receive training in the labour market data and analysis techniques developed by IER, covering: higher and vocational education; labour market classification, measurement and forecasting; and careers guidance and labour market information for all. The aim is to help build greater capacity in labour market analysis in Nigeria as the country seeks to diversify its economic base

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ESRC PhD Studentships 2019 now opengraduate hats

Under the Midlands Graduate School DTP, ESRC-funded studentships are now available for outstanding home/EU PhD applicants. Eligible applicants to the IER MPhil/PhD in Employment Research are invited to apply for one of these scholarships within the Warwick Management and Business pathway of the DTP. If you are considering applying for the MPhil/PhD in Employment Research programme and also wish to apply for an ESRC Studentship please read our further information and details about how to apply carefully here and email any questions to

Application deadline is Tuesday 22nd January 2019 (23:59 GMT).

quince logoInvitation to a QuInnE Dissemination Event

The Horizon 2020 funded QuInne project presents key findings in late September, focusing on questions such as: Does innovation produce more and better jobs? Does innovation combat or exacerbate inequalities? What aspects of job quality facilitate innovation?

Presenters include Professor Chris Warhurst.

The event takes place on 26 September 2018, 15.00 – 17.00, in Brussels and registrations are requested before 19 September. For further event details read here.