The changing relationship between higher education and the graduate labour market: evidence from the Futuretrack studies
The Futuretrack 2012 conference on 7 November 2012 presented the latest findings from the longitudinal 'Futuretrack' study undertaken by the Warwick Institute for Employment Research and 'Futuretrack: part-time students studies'.
- Introduction and Chair’s opening remarks by Jane Artess, Director of Research, HECSU Bill Rammell, Vice Chancellor, University of Bedfordshire
- Ministerial address from Rt Hon David Willetts
- Futuretrack: Full-time students - from application to graduation and beyond
Professor Kate Purcell, Principal Investigator of Futuretrack, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick and Professor Peter Elias, Strategic Adviser for Data Resources to the ESRC, Institute of Employment Research, University of Warwick
Professor Claire Callender, Professor of Higher Education Policy, Birkbeck College, University of London, and David Wilkinson, Senior Research Fellow, National Institute of Economic and Social Research and
Geoff Mason, Senior Research Fellow, National Institute of Economic and Social Research
- Four discussion groups led by a member of the research team
- Futuretrack: Any answers? Panel comprising research teams, AGCAS, AGR and the NUS to respond to questions and feedback from round table groups
- Moving from research findings to evidence‐based policy and practice. To include plans for: Collaborative research, Using the data archives, What’s next?
Podcast of each of the presentations are available to watch on the HECSU website.