On 4 September the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project will host a public forum in Maputo to share the results of its report Baseline Survey on the School-to-Work Transitions of University Graduates in Mozambique. The event will focus on the characteristics and employment expectations of Mozambican final year students.
Project partners welcome the media, academics, students, policy makers, civil society and general public to participate in the public forum and reception. Please find the registration for the event here.
A Profile of Mozambican University Graduates
Sam Jones, Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Ricardo Santos, Research Fellow, UNU-WIDER
Discussants: Dr Assa Guambe – Ministry of Labour, Dr Rita Mbebe – Polytechnic University, Prof. Gil Mavanga – Pedagogical University (TBC), Osvaldo Mauaie – Associations of Mozambican University Students (AEFUM)
About the report
The Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project is implementing a systematic study on the transition of university students as they finish their studies and enter the labour market. The baseline survey is the first round of the study that continues until the end of 2019. This is the first report of the study and it maps the characteristics and employment expectations of the final year university students in Mozambique.
The full report and the Policy Brief summarising its results will be available in both Portuguese and English on the project website on 4 September 2018.
ProjectInclusive growth in Mozambique - scaling-up research and capacity
Theme: TransformationMozambique Employment generation Industrial policy