Report: A wider perspective and more options: investigating the longer term employability of humanities graduates
Understanding what graduates do after leaving university has mainly depended upon statistics collected six months after graduation. A wider perspective and more options is based on in-depth interviews with humanities graduates from the 1970s onwards and captures something of the diversity of career paths followed by graduates in so-called ‘non-vocational’ disciplines. The report will be a valuable resource for lecturers and careers advisors seeking to help humanities students prepare for life after graduation. The research was funded by the Higher Education Academy. It is a partnership of the Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, the Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology and the English Subject Centre.
Author: Rebecca Allan
Published: March 2006
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