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How do different HE institutions address graduate employability?

Friday, 13 September 2019

In recent years, graduate employability has become one of the most widely-discussed outcomes of higher education (HE). At the same time, the HE sector has undergone significant changes, with an increasing number of alternative providers, the introduction of degree apprenticeships, and changes around the student loan system. This meeting will discuss how different kinds of HE institutions address graduate employability in the new HE landscape, highlighting the opportunities and challenges and the potential impact on students. This is also the first event organised by the new team of SRHE Employability Network co-conveners.

Programme


10.45            
Registration and Coffee             

11.15            
The new team of SRHE Conveners – Introduction to the new group and today’s topic
Convenors: Dr. Heike Behle, University of Hohenheim, Germany, Dr Ciaran Burke, University of Derby, Dr Daria Luchinskaya, University of Warwick

11.45           
Alternative providers and graduate employment
Stephen Hunt, University College London

12.30          
DHBW (Ravensburg University of Cooperative Education) - A traditional dual HEI and its graduate tracking study’
Professor Ernst Deuer, DHBW Ravensburg

13.15           
Lunch and networking

14.00          
Degree apprenticeship pathways to professional occupations in England - a game changer
Caroline Casey, University of York

14.45
Facilitated discussion of key themes, research and policy implications and gaps
Dr Daria Luchinskaya, University of Warwick,Dr. Heike Behle, University of Hohenheim, Germany,Dr. Ciaran Burke, University of Derby
 

15.30 Next steps and details of the next workshop

15.45 Close

Network: Employability, Enterprise and Work-based Learning
Date(s): Friday, 13 September 2019
Times: 11:00 - 16:00
Location: SRHE, 73 Collier St, London N1 9BE
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Employability, Enterprise and Work-based Learning
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