Employability is a term that dominates discussion of higher education, but is frequently subject to misunderstanding. Current developments in this area promise to deliver richer and more meaningful information to enhance understanding of how integral employability activity is to supporting students through their studies and on into the labour market.
How does public engagement fit into the world of the student experience?
Economic theories of the market and public goods in the evaluation and method for HEIF.
Next steps for the knowledge exchange (KE) framework
The hard facts on UK university performance from the McMillan review.
Reflections on the McMillan group review of good practice in technology transfer.
Lucy Findlay from Social Enterprise Mark CIC explores how universities need to make the most of the rapid growth and international interest in social enterprise.
UK universities are following US examples to develop new approaches to technology financing, as part of entrepreneurial eco-systems.
Two independent reviews show that STEM graduates need to take up every opportunity available to them in their degree and during their time at university to help to improve their employability and to get a rewarding job.
Stanford University’s Dr Kathy Ku is at the cutting edge of university technology transfer. She flew in to share good practice with us and UK technology transfer experts.