How the pedagogy of work-integrated learning [WIL] projects develops graduate employability.

2020-06-26T00:56:32Z (GMT) by SEBASTIAN RODAN BORUTTA
This thesis critically examines how the pedagogy of practice-based work-integrated learning [WIL] projects develops graduate employability. It identifies new approaches to WIL and highlights the growing pressure on universities to meet the demands of students, employers and the community to provide WIL opportunities for students.