Watch the live broadcast of the online discussion on the topic 'Do universities prepare students adequately for the world of work?'.
Share your thoughts on Google+ or on Twitter with the #SeeIntoTheFuture hashtag.
Join our exciting initiative in Eastern and Southern Europe and Central Asia that addresses important issues around skills, entrepreneurship and employment. Together with our international partners we will bring some of the best minds together from government, universities, colleges and business in Kazakhstan, the UK and neighbouring countries.
ONLINE SURVEY AND DISCUSSIONS FOR STUDENTS
If you are a student we want to hear your views on how your college or university can or should help you to get the job that you want in the future.
You can join our online discussions that will take place on 11 and 12 November. You can do that on the Google+ event page (you will need to login to your Gmail or Google+ account first). If you are on Twitter, tweet your thoughts with the #SeeIntoTheFuture hashtag.
On Thursday, 11 November at 12.30 we will be discussing the role that universities have to play in preparing students for their future careers and how they can help to ensure that students are fully equipped to start a fulfilling and rewarding career.
On Friday, 12 November at 12.00 we will hear what businesses are looking for in graduates and you will be able do discuss with them about things you can do to best prepare yourself for the world of work and whether they think universities are doing enough.
Join other students from the UK and 15 countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia and share your experiences.
If you are a graduate, postgraduate student or a young professional and would like to improve your English to get a job, this competition is right for you. You could win a two week English language course in the UK with our SeeIntoTheFuture English4Employability competition. We will open the competition early in 2015.
Follow the #SeeIntoTheFuture hashtag on Facebook and Twitter and check this page for more information.