Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability

The Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employabilityjournal is a scholarly forum for the dissemination of research and evidence-based practice in teaching and learning for graduate employability, including:

  • How graduate employability can be defined, assessed and credentialed in a rapidly evolving world of work;
  • Employability and the achievement of higher education learning outcomes, graduate attributes, competencies and capabilities;
  • Work-integrated learning experiences and assessments designed to enhance employability;
  • Industry and education partnerships and perspectives for lifelong learning and continuing professional development.

The Journal welcomes scholarly papers of up to 8000 words for double-blind review in continuous publication mode. These may be:

  • Research-based evaluations of innovations and practices;
  • Scholarly investigations of the theoretical literature in the field, including new theoretical approaches;
  • Papers which focus on partnerships between stakeholders (industry, graduates, students and academics).


Professor Beverley Oliver, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Education), Deakin University

Deputy Editor

Ms Beatrice Tucker, Acting Director, Assessment and Quality Learning, Curtin University

Editorial Committee

Professor Stephen Billett, Vocational and Adult Education, Griffith University
Dr Helen Chen, Designing Education Lab and Director of ePortfolio Initiatives, Stanford University
Mr Bruce Guthrie, Policy, Strategy and Stakeholder Relations Adviser, Graduate Careers Australia
Dr Sara Hammer, Learning and Teaching Support, University of Southern Queensland
Professor Lynne Hunt, Emeritus Professor, University of Southern Queensland, Adjunct Professor, The University of Western Australia
Professor Elizabeth Johnson, Pro Vice-Chancellor Teaching and Learning, Learning Futures, Deakin University
Ms Judie Kay, Assistant Director, Careers and Employment, RMIT University
Dr Deborah Peach, Director, Work Integrated Learning, Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering, Queensland University of Technology
Professor Phil Race, Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy, United Kingdom
Professor Geoff Scott, Emeritus Professor, University of Western Sydney
Dr Cassandra Star, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Flinders University
Professor Ieva Stupens, School of Science and Technology, University of New England
Professor Sue Thompson, Emeritus Professor of Academic Development, Liverpool John Moores University
Professor Mantz Yorke, Visiting Professor, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University


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Vol 6, No 1 (2015)

Sixth edition of the Journal of Teaching and Learning for Graduate Employability

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Beverley Oliver, Beatrice Tucker 1


Accreditation requirements in allied health education: Strengths, weaknesses and missed opportunities PDF
Lindy McAllister, Srivalli Nagarajan 2-23
Exploring BSc Human Biology graduate outcomes and their perceptions of the course PDF
Kishvena Sornapooman, Georgina Fyfe 24-43
International Employability: Stakeholder attitudes at an international university in Malaysia PDF
Lucy Bailey, Gudrun Ingimundardottir 44-55
Redefining graduate employability and work-integrated learning: Proposals for effective higher education in disrupted economies PDF
Beverley Oliver 56-65
Stepping out of the shadows: Allied health student and academic perceptions of the impact of a service-learning experience on student's work-readiness and employability. PDF
Debra Jones, Lindy McAllister, David Lyle 66-87
Internationalisation of curriculum at home: Imperatives, opportunities and challenges for allied health education PDF
Srivalli Nagarajan, Lindy McAllister 88-99
Employer perspectives of the current and future value of STEM graduate skills and attributes: An Australian study PDF
Gerry Rayner, Theo Papakonstantinou 100-115
Driving institutional engagement in WIL: Enhancing graduate employability PDF
Sonia Ferns, Linda Lilly 116-133

ISSN: 1838-3815