We are living in a digital world. Digital skills are required not just to be an effective worker but to be an effective global citizen.
Best practices for leading jurisdictions, that highlight solutions in higher education, and explore how technical universities are improving employee engagement for student success.
Learn about developing employability strategies, in higher education, that will ultimately help students find jobs faster in their area of interest, with the relevant skills they need to succeed.
Explore how universities prepare students for the next era of globalization. Learn the signs that remote work is here to stay. See why environmental and social issues are poised to earn greater attention.
This webinar explores how universities are utilizing program advisory committees, applied research, and more to successfully drive their connections with industry.
A growing number of organizations are creating internship opportunities for refugees that can be performed virtually. It's an example of the new and borderless world for talent.
This webinar explores perspectives from leading higher education institutions on digitizing career services and supporting institutional excellence in an era of online education.
How a reading of Hans Rosling’s Factfulness prompted this Vitae ambassador to reflect on how educators can shift the guard rails to effectively make or break the next change-maker.
A man on a mission convinced his South African university to start with the end game in mind, reconfiguring a curriculum with the belief that his graduates could become the first pick of employers.
Higher education institutions need to place greater emphasis on employability and equip graduates with degrees and skills to hit the ground running in the world of work.
The relationship between career choice and the time it takes to get a job are among the most important factors affecting graduate unemployment, including in South Africa.
Employability is a sum of competencies and sofr skills that determine whether an individual is fit to hire. It is this combination that results in whether a candidate is moved forward in a selection process.
This collaboration focuses on strengthening work-integrated-learning and connecting higher education institutions with better career programming for their students and graduates.
Universities must embrace work-integrated-learning, rather than trusting in the continuing power of prestige to open employers' doors is a dangerous strategy, say Alejandro Caballero and Sean Gallagher.
Educators are taking strategic action to better prepare their graduates for the workforce; implementing multi-faceted plans that involve virtual, physical, and experiential learning structures to help their students succeed.
Today’s employers demand work-ready graduates - candidates who have knowledge and expertise that align with their job responsibilities. In addition to demonstrating a high level of analytical, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.
Around the world, employers report that graduates lack the skills needed to hit thr ground running in their careers. How can universities better equip students with the knowledge and attributes needed to close the skills gap?
Some skills can never be automated. Those are the personal traits that employers need in new hires which are becoming more essential as the pace of technological and socio-economic disruption accelerates.
Mohammed A. Khan, Senior Education Specialist at IFC, discusses why the world’s leading multilateral investor in private education has launched a new initiative to help higher education institutions become better at preparing their students for successful careers.
Vitae measures the standing of a higher education institution in its implementation of best practices that drive employability, then makes recommendations to positively impact career outcomes for graduates.