Resilience, skills and employability through the ‘China experience’

For anyone looking to enrich their university education and gain a unique set of skills and experiences, China is definitely a place to visit. China’s global education and economic influence is still continuing; it dominates the list of leading universities in the developing world, and it’s strategic importance for UK companies is well illustrated with the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative;Continue reading “Resilience, skills and employability through the ‘China experience’”

Finding a graduate job – what really works?

This week I attended a presentation on the graduate labour market by Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence at Graduate Prospects and well known for his expertise on employment destinations of graduates and postgraduates. It was a really interesting overview of 2015 graduate destinations, the current and future graduate labour market, with a few myths challenged. MuchContinue reading “Finding a graduate job – what really works?”