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Creative Arts Graduate Placement Scheme: Model of success

Noonan, Adrienne

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Abstract

The Creative Arts Graduate Placement Scheme (2007-2009) served as a model for the UWE 2010 Graduate Internship Scheme, which sponsored 400 paid internships – the most of any University - through a successful HEFCE (ECIF) bid. By sharing best-practice and intelligence gathered from CA-GPS, the University’s Careers Unit was able to respond quickly to funding and graduate demands.

Of these 400 internships, a high percentage (20%+) of these internships are in the creative sector. This case study investigates whether this statistic reflects a direct correlation to close industry links, networks and support of the CA-GPS. The study also compares performance and retention with the CA-GPS, and aims follow up with current and past participants.

[This case study is currently in draft form, and will serve the basis of an ADM-HEA 2011/12 'Graduates with Impact' bid.]

Citation

Noonan, A. (2011). Creative Arts Graduate Placement Scheme: Model of success

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jan 1, 2011
Journal UWE Web Site
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
Keywords Bristol, creative, design, employability, enterprise, graduate, interviews, media, placement, UWE, work