Johnson , K. W. ( 2021 ). Business and Management Internships. Improving Employability through Experiential Learning . Routledge . Regardless of what field of life we work in, the economic decisions made in any industry affect our lives
highlights the applicability of studies by STEM and business programmes. The first question is how social-cultural frameworks influence HEIs programme design regarding knowledge and employability skills.
1 Introduction With the recognition of fundamental changes in the translation industry, university-level training programs have to be adapted to meet the changes. This relation with employability is particularly acute for Master-level programs
associated with individuals’ employability throughout their working lives ( Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1996 ). This learning focuses on their contributions to sustaining or advancing the viability of their workplaces and
promoting citizens’ mobility and employability and Europe’s overall development. The Bologna Declaration (1999) puts forward a set of six objectives which the ministers of education (of that time) across the region agreed that they represent a necessary
by both a national and international agenda on higher education linking to employability. A range of academic publications (e.g. Lund et al., 2021 ; Kornelakis & Petrakaki, 2020 ; Passaretta & Triventi, 2015 ) and policy papers highlighted the