25 janvier 2018

Are branch campuses improving students’ employability?

By Christine Lee. Of the different forms of transnational higher education, international branch campuses or IBCs are arguably the riskiest and most vulnerable but also the most visible. An estimated 180,000 students are enrolled at IBCs globally. This includes higher education institutions that confer double degrees by their parent university and the local partner. More...

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21 novembre 2017

Employabilité : les grandes écoles françaises s’en sortent bien

Selon le dernier classement du Times Higher Education, douze écoles et universités françaises font parties des 150 établissements mondiaux qui offrent la meilleure employabilité. Plus...

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08 novembre 2017

Comment les employeurs recrutent-ils leurs salariés ?

LorPM Info-Conseils 03.87.630.630Cette étude présente les premiers résultats de l’enquête Offre d’emploi et recrutement de 2016 qui permet d’examiner les caractéristiques des nouveaux recrutements en CDI ou en CDD de plus d’un mois réalisés entre septembre et novembre 2015. 26 % des établissements disposent d’un service RH et 41 % utilisent leur site internet pour recueillir des candidatures. Plus...

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23 septembre 2017

Resisting the ‘employability’ doctrine through anarchist pedagogies & prefiguration (AUR 59 02)

In recent years there has been an increasing emphasis on ‘employability’ as a metric by which the success of a university education and our teaching is, or should be, assessed (Jackson et al., 2013).  Academics have been instructed to re-write and re-structure courses to improve the ‘employability’ of our graduates, in everything from scientific and vocational fields to arts and humanities. More...

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21 juin 2017

Tuning in to graduate employability

By Sharon Dell. Among African universities, many of which are rooted in struggling national economies, the issue of graduate employability and entrepreneurship has taken centre stage over the past few years. Read more...

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18 mai 2017

Ready to Work: Employability and Higher Education

Growing skepticism about the benefits of higher education degrees and questions about whether credentials turn into a job, or whether credentials fuel a career, sparked conversation at the ACE2017 session “Employability and Higher Education.” More...

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20 avril 2017

Reshaping our understanding of employability

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Employability is a term that dominates discussion of higher education, but is frequently subject to misunderstanding. Current developments in this area promise to deliver richer and more meaningful information to enhance understanding of how integral employability activity is to supporting students through their studies and on into the labour market. More...

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22 février 2017

What do we mean when we say international experiences develop graduates’ employability?

https://blog.thepienews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/cropped-Screen-Shot-2016-04-06-at-16.35.19-1.pngThe term ‘employability’ is often used as a throwaway line: jargon which is chucked into the mix to show the importance or relevance of something, frequently used without clarification of what we mean by it. More...

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16 décembre 2016

Graduate employability: top universities in Canada ranked by employers

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "timeshighereducation.com"By . Canadian universities are popular with international students for offering cheaper tuition than many US colleges, and a simple application process.
But students already thinking about graduate jobs will be pleased to hear that Canadian universities also maintain an excellent reputation with employers. Read more...

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07 décembre 2016

Validation fights exclusion and makes employability possible

HomeOver 200 participants in Cedefop’s conference on how to make learning visible, on 28 and 29 November in Thessaloniki, agreed that validation of non-formal and informal learning is important for Europe’s future. More...

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