Employability of Philippine IT Graduates

In a world where knowledge is a critical element for nations to prosper and compete, primacy is placed on the quality and relevance of education and how it can ensure that graduates have the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values that industries need. The changing nature of work environments, the emergence of technology-driven processes, and the diversified needs of clientele are challenging the ability of higher education institutions (HEIs) to meet the demand for employable graduates (De Guzman and De Castro, 2008).

Other Resources
  • INNOTECH eNewsletter – August 2014
  • Annual Report F.Y. 2014-2015 Infographic
  • Reaching Out to Learning Communities: The Challenge to Educational Innovation and Technology Part 1
  • Educational Alternatives in Asia (January – March)
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Employability of Philippine IT Graduates

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