Harnessing technology to support graduate employability

Academics and graduate recruitment experts discuss how digital education can best be used to support students in gaining the skills they will need in the future workplace

21 May 2021
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Listen in to this insightful discussion about how universities can use technology to better educate, support and prepare students for the future workplace, featuring Andy Coxall, CEO of Common Purpose Student Experiences, Stephen Isherwood, chief executive of the Institute of Student Employers, Chris Moule, head of entrepreneurship & innovation at Robert Gordon University, Paul Marshall, pro vice-chancellor of careers and enterprise at the University of East London and Riddi Viswanathan, founder of Generation Purple.

This webinar was filmed as part of THE Digital Universities Week 2021.


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