Career Integration: Reviewing the Impact of Experience Abroad on Employment
This volume and its predecessor attests to the fact that employability is no longer incidental or secondary to the agenda of study abroad. These contributions do not offer a single or uniform point-of-view. They range from examples of ways in which practitioners integrate career preparedness in the curriculum of study abroad, to essays that question the degree to which the notion distorts the liberal arts emphasis.
Several essays here are written from national or regional perspectives other than those of the USA. They demonstrate the fact that the question of employability in higher education is not constrained by national boundaries. While the issues may be framed differently and pressures vary, similar underlying issues prevail. This area of discussion has implications that are educational, political, social, economic, and trans-national.
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