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Main aim of the project is the promotion of the collaboration between universities and enterprises, the improvement of the employability of the university graduates and the facilitation of the recruitment process for the enterprises.

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Buckinghamshire New University (United Kingdom)


The Buckinghamshire New University is located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and was established in 1893. In 2007 it was awarded the status of a University. During the previous academic year, the University had nearly 9.000 students. The university has been involved in a significant number of European Projects as a coordinator and as a partner and through this has developed new innovative programmes of study. Within the UK academic sector Bucks New University is renowned for its close connections with the local community and enterprises in the industries that employ most of their graduates. It has successfully conducted or has been involved in innovative programmes that enhance their graduate chances of obtaining jobs that match their competences and skills. The Career and Employability Service within the university provides strong support and reflects the emphasis they put in developing skills for future jobs in the region.