Computer science degree accreditation and graduate employability: Shadbolt review
- Department for Business, Innovation & Skills and Higher Education Funding Council for England
- Part of:
- Graduate employment and accreditation in STEM: independent reviews
- First published:
- 16 May 2016
An independent review of computer science degree accreditation and graduate employability.
Ref: IND/16/5 PDF, 2MB, 91 pages
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Shadbolt review of computer sciences degree accreditation and graduate employability - annexes C to H
Ref: IND/16/5a PDF, 463KB, 18 pages
This independent review led by Sir Nigel Shadbolt looks at the accreditation arrangements for computer science degrees to ensure that they continue to be fit for the future.
It focuses on the purpose and role of accreditation and how the system can support the skills requirements of employers and improve graduate employability.
See the related Wakeham review of STEM degree provision and graduate employability.
Published: 16 May 2016