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Higher level learning: Universities and employers working together

27 November 2006

This publication is a timely reminder of the innovative ways in which universities are providing skilled graduates for all sections of the economy.

Working with employers is key to this: as the higher education sector begins to operate in a competitive market, employer-led provision will enable delivery of the skills that the labour market needs, and that students want.


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