EURASHE is organising a Round Table on Employability in Brussels (Belgium) on Tuesday 9 December 2014. It will present the outcomes of the EURASHE Initial Study on Employability among PHE Graduates in Europe and further focus on the policy implications and recommendations. The Round Table will be attended by a variety of stakeholders, including both higher education representatives, the world of work, chamber of commerce etc. Outcomes of this Round Table will serve as an input for EURASHE’s policy paper on employability.
Following are the participants in the event:
Alexandre Wipf-Alexandre Wipf is the previous policy and communications officer at EURASHE. Within the secretariat he was in charge of the implementation of quality assurance related activities (policy, projects, events, representation,... Read more
Michael Gaebel-Michael Gaebel is the head of the Higher Education Policy Unit, which focuses on issues related to higher education learning and teaching, including the Bologna Process, lifelong learning, e-learning and... Read more
Jim Allen-Jim Allen is since 1997 (senior) researcher at the Research Centre for Education and the Labour Market (ROA) of the Department of Economics and Business Administration at the University of... Read more