QAA Focus On: Graduate Skills - Student Views

Swingler, M., Roy, A. W.N., Rolinska, A. and Gardani, M. (2019) QAA Focus On: Graduate Skills - Student Views. Focus On: Graduate Skills - Sharing Practice, Glasgow, UK, 05 Jun 2019.

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With debate on apprenticeships and skills high on the agenda in higher education, Focus On: Graduate Skills is relevant and timely. This project builds on our previous work, including the Graduates for the 21st Century Enhancement Theme. We identified topics relating to graduate skills in Enhancement-led Institutional Review (ELIR) Outcome Reports and in our Thematic Report on Employability and Graduate Attributes. We then consulted Scottish higher education institutions and students’ associations to identify priority areas. As a result, the project will consider: Readiness for Employment: how can we most effectively embed skills inside and outside the curriculum, including digital skills, for graduates from all disciplines? Equality and Diversity: how can we support students from all backgrounds and characteristics to develop skills that will help them to secure and sustain success in the workplace? Global Perspective: how do we ensure that all Scottish graduates are enabled to live and work in a global society, and that the Scottish sector is informed by global developments?

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Gardani, Dr Maria and Roy, Dr Archie and Swingler, Dr Maxine and Rolinska, Ms Anna
Authors: Swingler, M., Roy, A. W.N., Rolinska, A., and Gardani, M.
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
L Education > LB Theory and practice of education
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Modern Languages and Cultures > Language Centre
College of Science and Engineering > School of Psychology
University Services > Learning and Teaching Services Division
University Services > Student and Academic Services > Student Services

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