Enhancing graduate skills to attain employment remains a challenge to Higher Education all over the world. Scholars and researchers have conducted plenteous studies for the past 30 years to resolve the issues, which, by and large, results in a blame game between the key stakeholders (Employers, Academics, and graduates). This doctoral research, therefore, seeks to explore a Multi-stakeholder perspective on graduate employability, that would be essential to enhance and sustain employment among graduates in the United Arab Emirates. A ‘pragmatic approach’ supporting a sequential research design is planned for data collection and analysis in this research.
Supervisors : Prof. Paul Gibbs & Dr. Alex Elwick.