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Skills4Employability – Enchancing the presence of Soft Skills in Higher Education Curricula is a project funded by the Erasmus + programme. The project supports universities in their efforts to improve the quality of education by adapting curricula to the soft-skill demands of the labour market and, as a result, leverage HEIs’ impact on the employability of future graduates. In other words, the project will strengthen HEIs capacity to assess whether and to what extent their programs match the soft skills that are particularly valued in the labour market. 

WorldSkills Conference 2020. June – July.

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T he WorldSkills Conference is a conference and events programme that brings leaders in education, government, business, and industry from around the globe together to share best practice and learn…

KTU Master‘s model MA+: opportunity to acquire soft-skills at Master’s degree studies

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A lthough leadership, communication and collaboration have long been talked about as essential “soft” skills, young people entering the labour market today, the so-called “millennials”, lack the ability to concentrate,…

What soft skills do employers require from graduates?

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T he objective of The Employers Survey is to provide the university system with feedback from the labour market for use in adapting provisions. AQU Catalunya carried out a survey…

Soft Skills Overview

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A  teacher’s success is related to a high extend on the effective mastery of the skill categories mentioned below. Addressing the question of “do teacher expectations have an impact on…
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Higher Education (HE) is considered to be a decisive asset for finding employment and having successful careers. Following this logic, in its renewed EU agenda for higher education, the Commission highlighted the importance of increasing the number of HE graduates to 40% and placing HE at the center of innovation, job creation, competitiveness and sustainability

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