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International Graduate Employability: Trajectories and Performance. Workshop 2: Drivers for Change

Friday, 16 November 2018

This seminar follows Workshop 1. Employment outcomes, June 2018. Presentations can be found here.

The first workshop reviewed international and comparative employability outcomes, focussed on the latest research on government policy, funding and graduate success around the world.   This seminar continues to explore some of the key issues facing the development of employability in the current HE environment:  the comparative position on these issues is also reviewed.


Topics and Presenters:
 

·         Higher Skills provision, labour market needs and outcomes

Ewart Keep, University of Oxford

·         Earnings impact of institutions

Ian Walker, Lancaster University 

·        Labour market returns to the "new" Bachelor and Master degrees in Germany.

Maike Reimer. Bavarian State Institute for Higher Education Research and Planning

·         An employer perspective of international student mobility in England

Matt Sutherland, Northumbria University

·         The employability outcomes of paid and unpaid graduate internships in the UK, compared with work placements, including international lessons

Will Hunt, Warwick University

·         International student perceptions of developing their employability during their one-year masters-level study in the UK

Omolabake Fakunle, Edinburgh University

Network: Employability, Enterprise and Work-based Learning
Date(s): Friday, 16 November 2018
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
Location: SRHE, 73 Collier St, London N1 9BE
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