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Employability: Insights from Chinese and British Universities




Postage and Packing Free - Employability is a central issue for all Higher Educational institutions. This book outlines the key issues and reports the findings of a large-scale research project examining comparative employability skills in China and the UK. Case studies are also included from a wide range of sources.


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publication date: September 2013
ISBN 978-1-84102-590-4
hardback 270 x 190mm
fully illustrated
248 pages

Chapters include: implementing employability, student centered employability,culture and learning, research findings and case studies.

Enhancing students' employability is a critical concept for universities around the world to grapple with, as it is how universities change and adapt to this challenge that will be one of the key drivers of the sector in the future. Universities that enhance the student experience and deliver career-ready, employable, graduates with a broad range of skills and competencies will be the universities that succeed in the new environment.

Authors: Troy Heffernan, Weizhe Feng, Robert Angell, Fang Yan and Dan Coxon

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