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Case studies to enhance graduate employability: Private institutions.
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  • David Dowling, University of Southern Queensland
  • Caroline Lovell, Bond University
  • Shelley Kinash, Bond University
  • Linda Crane, Bond University
  • Madelaine Judd, Bond University
  • Matthew McLean, Bond University
  • Kirsty Mitchell, Bond University
  • Ros Schwerdt, Bond University
Date of this Version
1-1-2015
Document Type
Research Report
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Dowling, D., Lovell, C., Kinash, S., Crane, L, Judd, M-M., Knight, C., McLean, M., Mitchell, K., Schwerdt, R. (2015). Case studies to enhance graduate employability: Private institutions. Sydney, Australia: Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching.

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978-1-76028-336-0
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Abstract
This is one in a series of case studies to enhance graduate employability. The theme of this case study is: • Private higher education and employability implications Private institutions are organisations that are not publically funded through the federal government. They are unique in terms of graduate employability as without subsidies, the quality of the education provided by these institutions, the confidence of employers in the product and the connection between educators and employers is paramount. The sustainability of these private institutions relies heavily on quality graduates outcomes, thus feedback and involvement from stakeholders is crucial in helping create these employability strategies and keeping them viable.
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Citation Information
David Dowling, Caroline Lovell, Shelley Kinash, Linda Crane, et al.. "Case studies to enhance graduate employability: Private institutions." (2015) p. 81 - 100
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/shelley_kinash/158/