Student Success is a six-month longitudinal project for the Connect Benefit Series 2021-22 focusing embedding employability and access, retention, attainment and progression in higher education. This is the fourth and final podcast previewing the findings of a literature review on employability 2016-21, which will be published as part of this theme.
In this episode, Dr Maia Pal, Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Oxford Brookes University is joined by Dr Shirley Shipman, Principal Lecturer (Student Experience) and Programme Lead (Law) at Oxford Brookes University to discuss the aspects of the literature review focusing on inequalities and differential opportunities employability. This podcast focuses particularly on why access to HE alone is insufficient to reduce or remove inequalities, human capital and other types of capitol and their impact on successful entry into the labour market, as well as differential access to employability opportunities and extracurricular activities.
This episode was recorded on 16 September 2021.
Advance HE Members can access the podcast and transcript via the documents below.
As part of our Connect Benefit Series for 2021-22, our Student Success longitudinal project runs from August to February, focussing on embedding employability in higher education and access, retention, attainment and progression.