AlmaLaurea conference: “Graduates’ Social (Im)mobility and Territorial Mobility”, May 28, 2015, Italy
The Inter-university Consortium AlmaLaurea, in association with the University of Milano-Bicocca, with the support of the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR), is glad to invite you to the Conference:
Graduates’ Social (Im)mobility and Territorial Mobility
ALMALAUREA SURVEYS ON GRADUATES’ PROFILE AND GRADUATES’ EMPLOYMENT CONDITION
University of Milano Bicocca – Aula Magna
May 28, 2015
This year’s AlmaLaurea conference has an innovative character compared to the past: a joint presentation of the two surveys, the Graduates’ Profile and the Graduates’ Employment Condition survey.
The joint presentation allows for a comprehensive portrait of Italian graduates and a more detailed exploration of the issue of graduates’ mobility, both social andterritorial. The issue will be deepened by several experts, members of the academic community and institutional representatives, and by the Minister of Education, University and Research, Stefania Giannini.
The Graduates’ Profile, involving this year nearly 250,000 graduates of 64 universities, provides a detailed picture of the main characteristics of the graduates. The Graduates’ Employment Condition survey involves more than 400,000 graduates of 71 universities belonging to the AlmaLaurea Consortium. Thanks to the recent affiliation of the universities previously participating in the “Stella” initiative, the AlmaLaurea Consortium now includes 72 universities, with a coverage of 91% of the national higher education system. The conference therefore also provides an opportunity to celebrate this important milestone for the national university system.