Employer Perspectives on International Education

Employer perspectives on international education

Because innovation requires continual collaboration, workers in the 21st century can no longer rely on the expertise they learned early in life to keep them in front of the skills queue … it is unlikely that universities and other educational institutions will be able to keep abreast of the fast-changing dynamic nature of work … as we step deeper into the 21st century, aspiring knowledge workers will need cross-disciplinary programs and degrees in order to compete. Historically, universities have found it difficult to provide such programs. There are many reasons for that. But to overcome it, we recommend a much tighter collaboration between academia and industry. And as required skills become more and more dynamic, business ...

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