CRAC, the Careers Research & Advisory Centre Ltd, is pleased to announce that Clare Viney has been appointed Chief Executive Officer with effect from Monday 3 October 2016
Earlier this year, the Vitae website launched a new section specifically providing information and advice for those considering studying for a doctorate, developed with support from HEFCE: https://www.vitae.ac.uk/doing-research/are-you-thinking-of-doing-a-doctorate
Research by CRAC for the Higher Education Academy demonstrates the extent to which the curricula of TNE programmes, and planned study-related experiences for students on them, currently support the development of employability. It contains some rare insights into student experiences of TNE programmes, based on interviews with alumni worldwide.
The Go International programme has launched “Student perspectives on going international”, a new research report by CRAC looking at the motivations for and barriers to spending time abroad as part of a UK degree, and perspectives on the impact of doing so. It finds that short-term mobility, which could be open to a wider range of students, can provide as much impact as the current year- or semester-long models that dominate outward mobility.
CRAC's flagship conference - back on the 25 - 26 April 2016 by popular demand
CRAC is seeking assistance from English HE institutions as part of a new research project for the Higher Education Funding Council for England
The Vitae website now has a new section specifically providing information and advice for those who are considering studying for a doctorate.
CRAC is leading a research team in a project for the Higher Education Academy which is trying to understand why higher proportions of those graduating from certain HE institutions progress into postgraduate study than from others, even accounting for disciplinary and cohort differences.
CRAC is seeking assistance from UK HE institutions as part of research for the HE International Unit and British Council into student perspectives on outward mobility.
CRAC, the Careers Research & Advisory Centre Ltd, announces that Indi Seehra, Director of Human Resources at the London School of Economics and Political Science, will take over as Chair of the CRAC Board of Trustees with immediate effect.