Employability Case Studies
These employability case studies are based on actual experiences and describe and evaluate teaching, learning and assessment approaches adopted at the partner institutions concerned. Links to the case study summaries which outline the focus and scope of the activities can be found below. At the head of each summary is a link to the full case study report.
This case study uses stakeholder feedback on the value of work-based learning to improve student induction procedures for work placement.
This case study explores the links between developing students’ entrepreneurial capabilities and their employability.
This case study focuses on the use of a University Personal Development Planning System and pre-placement workshops designed to develop students’ employability skills.
This case study explores the process of critical storytelling as a means of developing students’ reflective thinking skills as preparation for future employment.
This case study evaluates the development of employability skills for students on work-based foundation degrees.
This case study explores employability skills development of postgraduate International Hospitality Management students in a rapidly changing programme context.
This case study focuses on the development and integration of a supervised work experience (SWE) placement into postgraduate programmes in hospitality and tourism.•Enhancing Employability through Work-Based Assessment.
This case study examines the use of problem-based assessment, applied in a workplace setting, to enhance students’ employability.
This case study explores the use of Personal Development Planning as a means of assessing students awareness of, and confidence in, a range of employability skills.
This case study examines how students employability skills are enhanced through preparation for work placement.