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Developing the Cross-Cultural Skills of Graduates in Response to the Needs of European Enterprise

Langue: EN

Posté par Sa'ad Ali

This project aims to develop the intercultural competencies of graduates and employees in Europe by enhancing the quality and relevance of their skills to enable them to be active professionals in the European working environment.

The project investigates the perceived and actual intercultural competencies of graduates required by employers and then provides outputs that help address these needs.

The project responds to the European Commission’s (EC) Strategic Framework – Education & Training 2020 view, that there has been a lack of focus on the involvement of social institutions on the cross-cultural skill-needs that companies have and on the effectiveness of investment in education and training in this area on business productivity.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

Project Number 2019-1-UK01-KA203-061672.

The project website in available below

https://medialab.educationhost.co.uk/robbell/

The fist output is The Intercultural Skills Graduates and Businesses in Europe Need Today report and is availble at the website and the link below 

https://eprints.worc.ac.uk/9999/1/The%20Intercultural%20Skills%20Graduat...

Auteur(s) de la ressource: 
Dr Sa'ad Ali, Dr Robin Bell, Isabel Clarke, Luca Sabia, Prof. Karin Moser, Dr Rea Prouska, Dr May Tungtakanpoung, Dr Milou Brand, Dr Fawzi Halila, Kalyani Pillalamarri, Inge Godts, Lieve Mulier, Dr Mehlika Saraç, Olcay Bektaş
Date de publication:
Lundi, 4 Janvier, 2021
Type de ressource: 
Ressources éducatives libres
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