http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Alan Osborn. It’s no longer enough to leave university with a degree – even a masters – at least not in the European Union (EU). Successful graduates of the future must have the skills that equip them for the job market of the modern age, says a European Commission strategy paper released last Tuesday.
That may mean entrepreneurial talents, a sense of initiative and a good grasp of other languages on top of all else.
The European Commission claims its new strategy paper, Rethinking Education, represents “a fundamental shift in education”, with more focus on learning outcomes. More...