chapter  8
Teaching and learning for employability: Knowledge is not the only outcome
WithPauline Kneale
Pages 14

Self-confident students who think about the processes they have gone through in higher education, as well as the knowledge they have gained, should be more effective students and researchers. From an entirely selfish point of view, happy, self-confident, employable students are good for university business in the short and long term. Students who enter the graduate job market and repay student loans at speed are more likely to look back and think fondly of the academic elements of their university experience.