Employability in a global context: Evolving policy and practice in employability, work integrated learning, and career development learning.
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The research involved 19 institutions from eight countries and four continents. These institutional partners engaged in fact-finding and theory generation with the common aim of informing current and future employability policies and practices. This work aligned with the diverse aspirations of all higher education stakeholders and fostered communication between colleagues through open dialogue. The core research question was: How is employability termed, driven, and communicated by universities internationally?
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