Creating videos to assist students’ understanding of the graduate recruitment process

Authors

  • Noel-Ann Bradshaw University of Greenwich

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v8i12.274

Keywords:

Employability, Videos, Student partnership

Abstract

This opinion piece describes how a Greenwich Seed Fund project using a kit comprising several video cameras has helped to combat student apprehensions regarding many aspects of the graduate job application process.

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Published

2016-05-05