Bridging the Employability Gap for Engineering Students

This course is from the IFEES GEDC library. Engineering students are trailing behind in key digital skills that employers need, such as software engineering, statistical programming and data management, according to newly published research from Coursera that benchmarks skill levels of learners from 4,000 colleges and universities.

Find out how engineering departments are adopting online learning to prepare students for the workplace, implement blended classrooms, and support lifelong learning for their students and faculty. 

Join Raghav Gupta, the Managing Director of India and APAC at Coursera, for a 1-hour discussion about: What skills engineering students need to develop to become job-ready How universities can use Coursera‚Äôs insights to support decision-making How universities are currently pioneering the future of blended learning Raghav Gupta is the Managing Director of India and APAC at Coursera. 

Prior to Coursera, Raghav was the India Country Manager at BlaBlaCar, a globally known inter-city carpooling service, helping launch the company in India. He has two decades of experience in the consumer, internet, and management consulting industries in India, Southeast Asia, and Europe. Raghav has an M.B.A. from INSEAD as well as degrees from the National Institute of Fashion Technology and D Y Patil University.

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