A Review of the STEM Skills Supply Chain

Recent discussions have identified that there remains a shortage of quality graduates and postgraduates with appropriate IT and general STEM skills and experiences – a shortage that applies to all employment sectors where science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) graduates are at a premium.  This report reviews at a general level what the various key players are doing, the impact of implementation of Professor Sir Gareth Roberts’ recommendations, and what more detailed analysis of the STEM supply chain might be appropriate. The review considers how progress might best be directed in the future. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 2.05 (17)

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