International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS) - Research areas - University of Derby

International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS)

iCeGS iCeGS is an applied research centre specialising in career development and employability

iCeGS news

Welcome to the new cohort of MA Students in Careers Education and Coaching

21 September 2017

We have been very excited this September to welcome our new cohort of nine students on to the MA in Careers Education and Coaching and wish them well with their studies.

Register Now: CEC What Works Research Series from 2nd October 2017 - 13th December 2017

20 September 2017

We will be launching our new What Works research series in October. The series is made up of nine papers focusing on different careers and enterprise activities and will help schools, employers and careers and enterprise providers to use evidence to shape their work preparing and inspiring young people for the world of work. Link to register below...

iCeGS project news

The Final Report - Evaluation of Careers Yorkshire and the Humber Inspiration Activity and Good Practice Guide

15 August 2017

Evaluation of Careers Yorkshire and the Humber - Inspiration Activity and Good Practice Guide. Authored by: Jane Artess & Dr Jill Hanson, iCeGS in March 2017.

ERASMUS+ Project - MYFUTURE met at University of Derby on Wednesday 15th, Thursday 16th & Friday 17th February 2017

22 February 2017

The International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGs) hosted the initial meeting for an Erasmus+ project ‘MYFUTURE’ last week with partners from Hertfordshire, Italy, Malta and Romania in attendance.

News from the sector

Welcome to the new cohort of MA Students in Careers Education and Coaching

21 September 2017

We have been very excited this September to welcome our new cohort of nine students on to the MA in Careers Education and Coaching and wish them well with their studies.

Register Now: CEC What Works Research Series from 2nd October 2017 - 13th December 2017

20 September 2017

We will be launching our new What Works research series in October. The series is made up of nine papers focusing on different careers and enterprise activities and will help schools, employers and careers and enterprise providers to use evidence to shape their work preparing and inspiring young people for the world of work. Link to register below...