FIVE THINGS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATORS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS CAN DO TO HELP INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BECOME MORE EMPLOYABLE

  • Yulia Shumilova University of Tampere, Finland
Keywords: international graduates, employability

Abstract

After more than ten years of dealing with international education and employability issues as a student, researcher, and international program coordinator, I would like to summarize my observations based on the case of projects in the city of Tampere, Finland as a reference. I will focus on two questions: why it is important to help international students become more employable and what aspects require special attention of international program coordinators in this respect.

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2017-12-25
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Shumilova, Y. (2017). FIVE THINGS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COORDINATORS AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS CAN DO TO HELP INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BECOME MORE EMPLOYABLE. International Scientific Journal of Universities and Leadership, (4). Retrieved from https://ul-journal.org/index.php/journal/article/view/64