Employability is a sector-wide priority in the 21st Century. It is important to a wide range of groups: alumni, employers, government bodies, parents, professional organisations, staff and students. Our institutional strategy favours an integrated approach based on a model of curricula, co-curricula and extra curricula activities.
|Career development for international students||
This video explores key issues for international students who wish to work both during and after their degree programme. Challenges faced and available support is included.
Duration: 19 minutes
|Career Management Resources||This is a University of Liverpool site of online resources and web links to help Postgraduate Researchers in their career preparation. The resources are organised to the ‘DOTS’ career planning model: Decision Learning, Opportunity Awareness, Transition Learning, Self-Awareness. The site includes career exploration of the employment market though to applications.|
|Careers Discussion Support for Research Student Supervisors||A University of Liverpool video to help research supervisors support the career preparation of their postgraduate researchers.|
|Developing Employability Skills through the Curriculum||This presentation explores ways in which employability can embedded in the curriculum.|
|Generation crunch-Careers, employability and the credit crunch-new concepts for old ideas?||
An exploration of the challenge of employment and employability in difficult economic times in 2009.
Duration: 26 minutes
|Professional education as if social relations mattered||This paper undertakes a theoretical analysis of why professional education might incorporate specific social relations, as between students and clients. It advocates a partial reframing of professional education around social relations.|