Work Ready Graduates
Building Employability Skills for a Hybrid World
This report sheds new light on the current landscape of employability skills for graduates. It brings together feedback from academics in Higher Education Institutions (HEI), employers and undergraduate students.
What can you find in the report
In response to the latest research with employers and students, CMI has improved its dual accredited degree partnership offering to enable HE Partners to ensure graduates not only have subject knowledge but also the key 11 employability skills, together with career development advice and self-management and well-being through Kooth and can further evidence this for employers.
Whether you work with CMI or not, I hope you find this research useful. The truth is, every student faces a different experience. All of us have a responsibility to help students across all courses to achieve positive outcomes. That starts with providing them with the core employability skills they’ll need to get their foot on the ladder.Matt Swarbrick, Director of Partnerships
89% of students agree that their CMI dual accredited degree is helping them to develop skills that make them more employable. Take a look at how CMI can help to offer your learners more, whilst benchmarking your current training against a globally recognised Chartered Body.