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Student recruitment and retention Dr Linda Juleff (Napier University) Chris Mitchell & Jessica Lincoln (Economics Network)
Schedule Student Recruitment –Setting the scene –Family fortunes –Departmental strategies Student Retention Why Study Economics?
Why is this an issue? Decline of economics at A Level Increased competition for student numbers Governments Widening Participation agenda Student fees Belief in the benefits of an economics degree
A level Economics and Business Studies
Total applicants to Single Economics UK undergraduate degrees
Average earnings of graduates 6 months from graduating
Family Fortunes In 2004 we asked 500 students to: –Identify the best one or two aspects of your degree course and say why. What were the top five answers?
In your department What does your department do to attract students? What could your department do to attract students?
Why Study Economics To provide information and advice on studying economics at higher education for: –Prospective students –School/College teachers –University lecturers
What is in the site? FAQs about economics and university study Data about student numbers and graduate destination statistics Alumni case studies Student-produced diaries Student-produced videos
Whystudyeconomics.ac.uk University decisions? What about Economics?
Sri Lanka Summit Durham University Enterprise & Engagement Case Studies Presented by John Hirst 5 th March, 2010.
Presentation title – Presenter/ref. - - p.1 AREVA / CVCC National Career Pathways Network Conference Stephanie Hart Program Manager October 18, 2012.
Exploring the links between research and teaching in Economics Dr Linda Juleff, Edinburgh Napier University Economics Network Project
Second year undergraduate retention study ESCHEA Mini Project Dr Linda Juleff, Napier University.
The Economics Network Supporting university teachers of economics
Professionalism and the Early Childhood Studies Graduate Carolyn Silberfeld Research to Reality Conference Woburn House 14 th March 2006.
Economics at university The Economics Network Supporting teachers of economics.
Career Development Centre Skills Award LLLLN Development Fund Dissemination Event Dr Wayne Clark 8 April 2011.
Part-time and flexible higher education: the real alternative Garmon ap Garth Outreach and Widening Participation Officer Birkbeck, University of London.
1 Implementing an Employability Strategy Chrissie Gibson Department of Environmental and Geographical Sciences Manchester Metropolitan University.
Academic Planning Committee Brand Development Dr Anthony Marsella Director, Marketing and External Linkages.
Welcome to our Librarians’ Day: Supporting Departments and Students
WHAT YOU NEED TO DO AS AN UNDERGRADUATE TO GET INTO GRADUATE SCHOOL So you want to go to grad school, huh?
What is a School Sport Organising Committee (SSOC)?
Dr Julie Hulme HEA Discipline Lead for Psychology Developing your academic teaching career.
Missenden Abbey Conference Centre, 2 March 2010 Mary Curnock Cook Chief Executive Professionalising Admission to Higher Education in Further Education.
PREPARE FOR THE FAIR How to make the most of the Scottish Graduate Fair
EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME: INCORPORATING DIFFERENT CAREER INTERESTS AND LEVELS OF EXPERIENCE Dr Amy Irwin School of Psychology EMPLOYABILITY Late in 2012.
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