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Significantly-increased tuition fees and a tough job market means that student employability has never been so important. It’s no longer the sole responsibility of the University Careers Service. A wide variety of staff are responsible across the whole institution.

Employability is (or should be) high on institutional risk registers, but what are the specific measures that Universities need to take, what are the pitfalls and how do they ensure that activities are delivered both effectively and efficiently?

​We set out our perspective in this briefing paper.

Employability Update Members Aug 2013


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