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Employability and efficiency are key drivers for UK Higher Education Institutions in light of current Government Higher Education policy and the economic context. At the same time, Universities are challenged with responding to student demands in a competitive HE marketplace. How can these be reconciled to safeguard value-added services for students?
The University of Nottingham’s Centre for International ePortfolio Development SAMSON project is sharing services to promote student employability and to streamline how information is shared between students, universities and employers for the benefit all.
This presentation will describe three pilots which address communication and collaboration between the parties involved in work placement and Career and Professional Development to demonstrate how a more joined-up and satisfactory experience can be realised for students, employers, academics and administrators.