Universities: Concentrate on overall experience, not jobs

Too much emphasis on graduate employability in Key Information Sets could play into the hands of private for-profit providers at the expense of universities, a vice-chancellor has warned. From autumn 2012, all institutions will be required to publish data on contact hours, course fees, living costs and average income of graduates, to help students choose where to study. But Janet Beer, vice-chancellor of Oxford Brookes University and chair of the Higher Education Public Information Steering Continue Reading →