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Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services

The Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services, (AGCAS), is the professional association for higher education (HE) careers practitioners and those involved in the provision of careers and employability education, information, advice and guidance to current or prospective HE students and graduates. UCL Careers and our parent body, The Careers Group, University of London are full members of this association.

UCL Careers picked up the AGCAS award for Careers Service/Academic Department Partnership award for the work with UCL Management Science & Innovation, Engineering Faculty and Laws Faculty. 


Matrix

Matrix is a national quality accreditation system specifically for information, Advice and Guidance Services. The Matrix standard relates to how the service provided is advertised, defined and delivered and clients supported and also to how the service is managed, resourced and how it responds to feedback from users and ensures continuous quality improvement. Accreditation is only granted as a result of a rigorous on-site inspection in which discussions with users of the service and observation of good practice are as important as supporting systems and documentation. UCL Careers and The Careers Group were last awarded the Matrix Standard in October 2010.


Sustainability and green impact

Working in partnership with UCL's Green Impact Department, UCL Careers has achieved the Platinum Award standard.
We are committed to reducing waste and energy and only use fairtrade products.

Our Green Champions are:
Maaria Mahmood maaria.mahmood@ucl.ac.uk
Pat Molloy p.molloy@ucl.ac.uk
Amy Lourenco amy.lourenco@ucl.ac.uk
Ian Evans i.c.evans@ucl.ac.uk
Hatty Whitworth h.whitworth@ucl.ac.uk

In line with UCL’s commitment to create a campus which supports UCL's academic, research and enterprise activities in a sustainable way UCL Careers ensures that our team acts in the most sustainable way possible and that our activities support sustainable development.

We work with the Sustainability Department to promote and collaborate on initiatives for students in order to provide the education, advancement, dissemination and application of sustainable development. We proactively seek other ways to support sustainability and share best practice with recruiters.

We seek to ensure that carbon travel is reduced significantly by moving meetings online or by telephone, that branded merchandise is biodegradable, that paper consumption is reduced and that much of our catering supplies are Fair Trade.

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For more information please visit the GreenUCL webpage.