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Universities and Communities: developing relationships locally, nationally and globally. Margaret Alipoor School of Management University of Bradford. From WP to Employability.

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Universities and communities developing relationships locally nationally and globally

Universities and Communities: developing relationships locally, nationally and globally

Margaret Alipoor

School of Management

University of Bradford


From wp to employability
From WP to Employability locally, nationally and globally

“the likelihood of those from lowest participation areas participating in HE had increased by 30% over the last 5 years and by 50% over the last 15 years” (HEFCE 2013)

BUT

There is still a huge gap between most and least advantaged (57% compared with 19%, HEFCE 2013)

AND

Graduate employment rates still favour more advantaged groups


University of bradford
University of Bradford locally, nationally and globally

Over 50% of current students fall into widening participation categories

Now a shift to include a focus on Employability

What does this mean?

Careers education, focus on employer engagement, embedding employability in the curriculum


Embedding employability skills
Embedding Employability Skills locally, nationally and globally

  • Real world examples and case studies

  • Guest Lectures

  • Discipline and Personal Skills development

  • Employer engagement in course planning and delivery


Developing reciprocal relationships
Developing Reciprocal Relationships locally, nationally and globally

Relevant work experience-placements,internships, volunteering

Responding to employers – sharing expertise, developing courses

More than Advisory Groups and governance role


University of bradford employer engagement
University of Bradford locally, nationally and globallyEmployer Engagement

  • Professional Networks

  • Bespoke Programmes

  • Employer involvement in Curriculum

  • Third Sector Support


Value for university and communities 1
Value for University and Communities 1 locally, nationally and globally

  • Students – occupational informed curriculum, opportunities to enhance cv, build relationships with employers locally, nationally and globally, opportunities to study and work worldwide


Value for universities and communities 2
Value for Universities and Communities 2 locally, nationally and globally

Communities – to influence the curriculum and skills of their future employees, to gain advice and consultancy from academics and students, to identify potential future employees


Developing relationships globally
Developing Relationships Globally locally, nationally and globally

Global Campus

  • Degree programmes delivered in locations across the globe

  • Quality Assured

  • Partnership of Academics in development and delivery

  • Student Interactions


What next
What Next? locally, nationally and globally

  • Through partnership with communities locally, nationally and internationally supporting ethical and sustainable development to achieve economic development

  • “Making Knowledge Work”


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