The Graduate Attributes project is a joint collaboration between Kent Union and the University, looking at what characteristics and attributes Kent graduates should have when you leave the University, and how to instil them throughout your time here.
They would like to get some input from you on how you would like these attributes to be implemented. The discussion will not exceed 1 hour and you will receive a voucher to be redeemed at The Library Cafe, along with some free pizza!
There are several groups running, and you can sign up via this link and select the time that suits you.
Sent on Behalf of Professor April McMahon, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Education, University of Kent and Ruth Wilkinson, Kent Union President
What do you want from your experience at Kent? What do you think is available to you? What are you taking advantage of? What is most important to you in that experience?
If you are a 2nd or 3rd year undergraduate student, please come to a focus group discussion to tell us! Discussions for students from the Humanities Faculty will be held at:
Tuesday, 28th November, 14:00, Eliot Extension Seminar Room 1
Refreshments will be served.
Find out more and sign up at: https://www.kent.ac.uk/cshe/projects.html
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The Careers and Employability Service is holding a pair of focus groups with students next week, and you are invited to go along.
As thanks for taking part, the CES will be offering a free Lunch, 10 Employability Points, and – most importantly – the chance to have your say about student employability and the support on offer at the University of Kent.
The focus group sessions will last one hour, and will start at 12noon and 2pm (you can pick which session to go along to) on Tuesday 14th November in Rutherford Cloister Room 15.
If you would like to take part, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject ‘Focus Group’ to register your interest by Friday 10th November.