MSc in Pharmaceutical Services and Medicines Control 2004-05

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Universities and Communities: developing
relationships locally, nationally and
globally
Margaret Alipoor
School of Management
University of Bradford
www.bradford.ac.uk/management
From WP to Employability
“the likelihood of those from lowest participation
areas participating in HE had increased by 30%
over the last 5 years and by 50% over the last 15
years” (HEFCE 2013)
BUT
There is still a huge gap between most and least
advantaged (57% compared with 19%, HEFCE
2013)
AND
Graduate employment rates still favour more
advantaged groups
University of Bradford
Over 50% of current students fall into widening participation
categories
Now a shift to include a focus on Employability
What does this mean?
Careers education, focus on employer
embedding employability in the curriculum
engagement,
Embedding Employability Skills
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Real world examples and case studies
Guest Lectures
Discipline and Personal Skills development
Employer engagement in course planning and
delivery
Developing Reciprocal
Relationships
Relevant work experience-placements,internships,
volunteering
Responding to employers – sharing expertise,
developing courses
More than Advisory Groups and governance role
University of Bradford
Employer Engagement
• Professional Networks
• Bespoke Programmes
• Employer involvement in Curriculum
• Third Sector Support
Value for University and
Communities 1
• Students – occupational informed
curriculum, opportunities to enhance cv,
build relationships with employers locally,
nationally and globally, opportunities to
study and work worldwide
Value for Universities and
Communities 2
Communities – to influence the curriculum
and skills of their future employees, to gain
advice and consultancy from academics and
students, to identify potential future
employees
Developing Relationships
Globally
Global Campus
• Degree programmes delivered in locations
across the globe
• Quality Assured
• Partnership of Academics in development
and delivery
• Student Interactions
What Next?
• Through partnership with communities
locally, nationally and internationally
supporting ethical and sustainable
development to achieve economic
development
• “Making Knowledge Work”