Graduate Employability and Recruitment – Case Studies

Welcome to the Graduate Employability and Recruitment – Case Studies page of EPC’s Crucible Project toolkit. Click here for the toolkit homepage.

This page lists the case studies which come under the Graduate and Employability and Recruitment theme, one of the five themes identified during the the EPC’s landmark 2020 Annual Congress, Industry & Academia: Supercharging the Crucible. On this page you will find case studies focussing on this area from a wide range of HE providers and industry partners:

Case Study TitleOther Themes/KeywordsAuthors

Development of an Authentic Writing Activity with Industry
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Authentic LearningDr Becky Selwyn, David Pullinger and Dr Irene Renaud-Assemat

E21 – ‘Engineering the Future’ at the University of Exeter with a USP of Entrepreneurship and collaboration with Royal Society Entrepreneurs in
Residence
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Knowledge exchange, Gold Standard Project Based Learning, EntreComp, 21st Century Skills, Entrepreneur in Residence, CollaborationDr Corrina Cory, Nick Russill and Prof Steve Senior

Development and Implementation of a Collaborative Event to Enhance Graduate Employability
Graduate Outcomes, Employability, Engineering EducationDr Lisa Simmons, Dr Carl Diver, Dr Gary Dougill, Scott Pepper, Paul Foden and Robin Phillips

Participation and Belonging to Engineering – an Intersectionality Lens
Research, Science and Social Capitals, Sense of Belonging, Intersectionality, Student SuccessDr Salma Al Arefi

Re-engineering Education: Pushing the boundaries of Academic-Industrial Partnerships
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Partnerships, Academic, IndustryBob Tricklebank and Sue Parr

Emergency Shelter Digital Design Project, A UCL / Multiplex Collaboration
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Civil Engineering Design, Building Information Modelling, BIM, Digital Engineering, Industry, CollaborationJames Ford

Notre Dame Cathedral Roof Design Project, A UCL / ARUP Collaboration
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Civil Engineering Design, Timber Design, Industry, CollaborationJames Ford

Revising Approaches for a Joined Up Methodology
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Knowledge exchange, Industry, Engineering, Education, Authenticity, CollaborationDr Gareth Thomson, Dr Jakub Sacharkzuk and Paul Gretton

Newcastle University and brightening the future for the North East
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Universities’ and businesses’ shared role in regional development, Knowledge exchange, Research, Electrification, Collaboration Skills, NewcastleProf Matt Boyle OBE

Sheffield Innovation Programme
Universities’ and businesses’ shared role in regional development, Research, Knowledge Exchange, Innovation, SMEsAlex Prince and Prof Wayne Cranton 

Connected Curriculum: Partnering Academia and Industry
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Knowledge exchange, Research, Digitalisation, Partnership, Collaboration, NetworkSteve Jones, Associate Prof David Hughes, Prof Ion Sucala, Dr Aris Alexoulis and Dr Martino Luis

Stimulating Growth of an SME to Support Railway Infrastructure
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Universities’ and businesses’ shared role in regional development, Knowledge exchange, Knowledge Transfer Partnership, Design and Innovation, Student Projects, Railway InfrastructureProf Simon Barrans,
Harvey Kangley, Greg
Jones and Mark Newton

Scholarship, Synergy & Transformational Change: Using Research to Inform Strategy at a Time of Uncertainty
Collaborating with industry for teaching and learning, Research, Transformational Change, Industry-Education Partnerships, Educational Research, ScholarshipAssociate Prof Graeme Knowles, Dr Jane Andrews and Professor Robin Clark

Industrial Digitalisation MSc Students Supporting Regional Development
Universities’ and businesses’ shared role in regional development, PrintCity, industrial digitalisation, 3D printingPeter Gough and Prof Craig Banks