15 mars 2015

Is employability data being manipulated?

The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey is being abused, according to one former university employee. More...

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08 mars 2015

A creative degree could make you more employable than you think

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/c55907932af8ee96c21b7d89a9ebeedb4602fbbf/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy Lucy Jolin. Creative careers have traditionally been seen as hard to break into, but doors are opening for students with talent. More...

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19 janvier 2015

Employability edge should be advocated better

By Sara Custer. The unique skills gained through study abroad aren’t being promoted enough to employers or advocated well enough by students, delegates at the Regent’s University London International Partners Conference heard. Nevertheless, a panel comprising mainly of students who had enjoyed various overseas placements all agreed it was the best part of their degree programme in terms of honing employable skills. More...

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18 janvier 2015

What do international students do after graduating?

By Charlie Ball. Britain has one of the world's most detailed higher education data offerings, with especially effective national-level data on early graduate outcomes through the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey. Among major global higher education providers, only Australia has anything comparable as an integrated national view of the outcomes of graduates. Read more...

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University-employer links boost graduate employability

New analysis has uncovered explicit links between employer engagement with higher education institutions that show enhancement of teaching and learning, and improvements in students’ employability. Read more...

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21 décembre 2014

Education for youth employment through YEPI

By Munyaradzi Makoni. Since traditional teaching methods are no longer sufficient to educate students to meet the expectations of employers or the rigorous demands of an entrepreneurial career, preparing students for full participation in the economy is a daunting task across the world. Read more...

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Universities and employability – Preparing for work

By Yojana Sharma. Around the world the number of graduates is growing, yet the ‘skills mismatch’ is also rising. A degree is no longer a guarantee of a good job, and fingers are being pointed at universities for failing to better prepare students for the real world and the expectations of employers. Read more...

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16 décembre 2014

Employability Rankings: Ivy League and Oxbridge on Top

http://www.ireg-observatory.org/templates/sub_business2/images/ireg_top2013.pngMost international university rankings do not attempt to measure the quality of university graduates. However, Emerging, a Paris-based consulting group, and Trendence, a German branding research institute, have been producing a Global Employability University Ranking since 2011, This year’s edition is based on an online survey of recruiters in twenty countries conducted between June and October asking which universities they preferred to recruit graduates from. More...

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14 décembre 2014

Global Employability University Ranking 2014 results: Cambridge replaces Oxford at the top

Top 100 universities for employability revealed. The University of Cambridge has replaced the University of Oxford at the top of a global ranking that measures how universities perform on graduate employability.
The Global Employability University Survey 2014 has 13 UK institutions making the top 150 of the list, with University College London and Imperial College London joining the Oxbridge institutions in the top 15. The list is dominated, however, by US institutions, which claim six of the top 10 spots.
The results, compiled by French human resources consulting group Emerging Associates along with Trendence, a German polling and research institute, are based on surveys of 2,500 international recruiters in 20 countries. More...

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06 décembre 2014

La logique de l’employabilité progressivement acceptée

Emploi Parlons Net, le webzine de l'emploi & du travail (Retour à l'accueil)Par Antoine Clause. La France comme la plupart des pays industrialisés a du mal à rentrer dans la logique de l’employabilité et des postes ne sont pas pourvus faute de compétences. Un rapport de l’Institut de l’entreprise fait le point. Voir l'article...

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