apers are invited on the following topics:
- Graduate Employability in the Arts/Social Sciences/Natural Sciences, etc.
- Diverse Models of Schooling for Employment in developed and transitioning economies (including the gate-keeping role of academic credentials in achieving “gainful employment” and their (inter)national transferability).
- Knowledge, Skills and Competencies for the new national and international labour markets;
- Alumni Organizations – an untapped resource for tracking graduates?
- Careers Guidance and Counsellors: a moral obligation for graduate success?
- Managing Graduate data for Quality assurance purposes;
- The vital link between graduate tracking and lifelong-learning;
- Using graduate-tracking data for curricula development;
- Institutional and employer partnerships for curricula development/internships/graduate recruitment/lifelong learning programs:
- Graduate voices: How was it for you, transitioning from school to career?
- HEIs are employers too: New skills and expectations for successful careers in academia
- Enhancing careers through postgraduate studies
- Continuing professional education or learning on the job?
- The impact of labour market trends and labour market success of graduates on college-entry admission and programs
A selection of articles will be published in the Conference Proceedings under the auspices of UNESCO. Additional accepted articles will be included in the Management of Sustainable Development Journal of The Quality Research Centre, indexed in the Copernicus international database.