A recent study by IFC and the World Bank Group found that demand for digital skills training will surge in the coming decade, and that significant opportunities exist to increase the role of the private sector in meeting the digital skills gap. Education providers, policy makers, and the private sector will need to work together to address the challenge.
From basic demographics to first-year retention to statistics on employment outcomes, institutions that study their data have a greater potential to improve career outcomes for their students. This webinar offers perspectives on how leading educators are taking a data-driven approach to positively impact the employability of their graduates.
Higher education institutions are taking strategic action to better prepare their graduates for the workforce. They're implementing multi-faceted plans that involve virtual, physical, and experiential learning structures to help their students build relevant skills. This webinar offers perspectives on how leading educators are assessing and honing their employability strategies for the benefit of their institutions, employers, and their graduates.
Employers are attracted to candidates who can demonstrate they’ve successfully completed an internship, apprenticeship, or some other form of work-integrated learning (WIL). This webinar offers perspectives on how leading educators are developing industry-academia partnerships to ensure their students are job-ready and competitive.
Today’s employers demand work-ready graduates. They look for candidates who have knowledge and expertise that align directly with job responsibilities. This webinar offers perspectives on how leading educators in emerging markets are designing course content more relevant to employers’ needs for students to excel in the workplace.
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