New NICEC Journal: International Perspectives

The latest issues of the NICEC Journal looks very interesting. [Download a flyer]

CDI and NICEC members have long been interested in developments overseas both in terms of influencing provision elsewhere and learning from it. We are therefore delighted to introduce eight articles covering a wide variety of international topics. In contrasting ways, each paper demonstrates the scope and variety of careers work across the globe and a number of innovative suggestions are proposed for the enhancement of practice.

The Journal includes the following papers

  • Cross-national reviews of career guidance systems: Overview and reflections – A. G. Watt
  • The flip side: Career guidance policies and social control – Peter Plant and Helene Valgreen
  • Establishing Croatia’s lifelong career guidance service – Nicki Moore, Mirjana Zećirević and Simon Peters 
  • ‘Girls into STEM and Komm mach MINT’: English and German approaches to support girls’ STEM career-related learning – Jo Hutchinson
  • ‘The whole world is my home’: An investigation into how a globalised lifestyle, international capital and an international schooling experience influence the identities and aspirations of young people – Jonathan Young
  • Supporting international students with careers provision: A review of UK higher education careers service provision and a case study based on the University of Exeter – Rachel Coombes
  • Surprised by success: An interim evaluation of an international career development programme – Kathleen Houston
  • The global graduate: Developing the global careers service – Siobhan Neary, Nalayini Thambar and Sharon Bell

To subscribe to the journal visit the NICEC website.

 

 

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