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EMPLOYABILITY IS IN ORDER

The Sunday Times published its annual Good University Guide 2024 in September.


This year’s pecking order seems to be rallying around employability outcomes, rather than pure academia. Closing the gap between institutions and corporates suddenly feels like the start of a bonafide movement.


Martha Lane Fox, as chancellor of The Open University, makes a compelling case in today’s Sunday Times Business.


Learning and working, hand in glove.


Question is whether the parrallel learning pathways on offer are flexible enough to help the worker explore their talents, interests and aspirations in a zig zag through front, middle and back office roles?


And shape all 360 degrees of us.




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