Student Employability Index 2014: Part Two

Student Employability Index 2014: Part Two

Author: Aaron Porter
Published: 26th June 2014

For the Student Employability Index 2014 NCUB has, with support from Compass Group, surveyed over 4000 students from 20 English universities.

This is the second of two reports which share the key findings from the survey. Part two primarily focuses on the factors that shaped student choice of institution and course, and the extent to which employability influenced this choice. It also covers student views of sectors for future employment.

icon NCUB Student Employability Index 2014: Part Two

See also: 

Student Employability Index 2014: Part One

Student Employability Index on the NCUB Blog:

Enhancing employability: the employers perspective
Employability focus benefits universities, business and graduates
10 students and graduates who stood out in career search
Students Want Greater Access to Work Experience and Industry Content

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