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By EMPLOY and TOWARDS ENHANCING NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS' TRANSITION TO GRADUATE WORK. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
The EMPLOY project is a three-year project involving researchers from six universities across Europe who have been exploring the experiences of non-traditional students and graduates making the transition to life and work after university. In particular, EMPLOY is concerned with what needs to be done to enhance the possibilities of non-traditional university students moving to meaningful and sustainable graduate work. More information can be found on the project website: employ.dsw.edu.pl or follow EMPLOY on twitter @EMPLOY2016 The EMPLOY research network team: University of Warwick: Dr Barbara Merrill, Dr Scott Revers, Masauso Chirwa, Professor John Field. University of the Algarve: Dr Antonio Fragoso, Dr Sandra Valadas, Liliana Paulos. Maynooth University: Dr Fergal Finnegan, Dr Jerry O’Neill. University of Lower Silesia: Professor Ewa Kurantowicz, Dr Adrianna Nizinska, Magdalena Czubak-Koch. University of Seville: Dr José González Monteagudo, Dr Mayte Padilla-Carmona, María Vázquez-Granadero. Stockholm University: Professor Agnieszka Bron, Dr Camilla Thunborg. Project manager: Dr Barbara Merrill, University of Warwick email@example.com The EMPLOY project is funded by the EU through ERASMUS+