Independent report

STEM degree provision and graduate employability: Wakeham review

An independent review of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) degree provision and graduate employability.

Documents

Wakeham review of STEM degree provision and graduate employability

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Wakeham review of STEM degree provision and graduate employability - Annex I

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This independent review by Sir William Wakeham looks at the employment situation among STEM graduates and the role of accreditation of courses.

The review focuses on the skills requirements of employers, how STEM graduates’ skills and knowledge relate to labour market demand, and how existing accreditation systems support this.

See the related Shadbolt review of computer science degree accreditation and graduate employability.