Young International University prepares Students for careers in various academical and technological courses that are in demand and needed for the modern societal multinational and international
settings. Our program introctors are experts in their given fields. They develop educational curriculuims that are focued on design, implementation, management and evaluation of both the internal and international education programs in schools, colleges, universities, foundations, multinational corporations, within the
public and private educational sectors and cultural agencies.
The university courses are guided by career interest professionals with experience and educational backgrounds. Students can select from one of our many areas of our specialized course programs that can range from global education, international developments and education. Our programs cuts across cultural backgrounds and offers exchange of learning and training experience.
The world of Education and learning is rapidly changing at an alarming speed. Our work environment is set to undergo a number of dramatic changes over the next 5-10 years. Universities and Colleges will need to prepare students for an uncertain job market, and to put into consideration developing programs to match and retrain people for new positions and for different types of employment.
Our recently released report, The Future of Work: How Colleges Can Prepare Students for the Jobs Ahead, examines the job outlook for the next decade and provides actionable strategies that will help institutions equip students for their careers.
Gain insight into these key areas:
- Jobs of the Future: As the economy continues to migrate toward service jobs, soft skills and postsecondary training will be critical to success. The job market will also become more tenuous as technology and automation reinvent the workforce.
- Voices of Employers: What types of skills do employers expect to see among recent graduates? And how can colleges and employers work together to train students?
The Future of Career Centers: As students and their families increasingly associate a college degree with a job, campus silos must be broken down to elevate the role of career servicesrogram has a multidisciplinary faculty, consisting of anthropologists, economists, historians,
philosophers, political scientists and sociologists, who apply the theoretical, conceptual and methodological
advances in the humanities and the social sciences to the analysis of international educational policies and