Making Every Graduate Employable

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Recently, I was fortunate enough to attend Policy-UK’s Forum “Making Every Graduate Employable”. The aim of the forum was to assess some of the successful practices currently used in universities to promote graduate employability, as well as discuss the implications of the forthcoming Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) and changes to the Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey. Whilst it would be impossible to transform all my learnings from the forum into a single blog post, in attempt to inform as many different stakeholders as possible, I have assembled a brief list of key recommendations aimed at students, graduates, educators, and higher education institutions, which are inspired by the various presentations and panel discussions from the forum.