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CID sets out plans for student-business integration

CID sets out plans for student-business integration

By Staff Writer - October 8, 2018

Muriel Bubbio of the Commission for the Integration of Graduates presented the Commission’s plans for developing links between students and businesses.

CID 2018 - Copyright - Directorate of Communication / Michael Alési

Ms Bubbio explained the steps that the commission is taking to link students and graduates of higher education with members of the business world in the Principality.

Workshops for guidance counselors, helping students seek out the jobs that are most suitable for them, and helping students connect with potential employers.

Students are also given access to a Graduate Integration Officer on digital platforms.

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