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International education won't remain key Australian export industry if we don't solve graduate employability problems
Learning and Teaching papers
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond university
Date of this Version
5-11-2015
Document Type
Miscellaneous Material
Publication Details

Kinash, S. (2015, May 11). International education won't remain key Australian export industry if we don't solve graduate employability problems. [Criterion Conference Blog post].

Click on the link to view the blog.

The topic will be further discussed at the 'Strategy for International Student Growth' conference in Melbourne 29-30 July 2015.

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Abstract

Based on 2013 survey data, Graduate Careers Australia reported that graduate employability rates are the lowest they have been in twenty years. Specifically, four months post-graduation, the number of employed undergrads took a nose-dive. This result was across degrees/disciplinary areas. In recognition of the crisis of graduate employability, the Australian Government, Office for Learning and Teaching commissioned three national projects (awarded in December 2013).

Citation Information
Shelley Kinash. "International education won't remain key Australian export industry if we don't solve graduate employability problems" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/145/