Seeking the perfect fit

Melaya, Olive
December 1996
UNESCO Sources;Dec96, Issue 85, p11
Looks at the problem of finding suitable college graduates in the Philippines to meet the needs of the country's growing economy. Business leaders' satisfaction with the university training received by graduates; Lack of students interested in the science and technology sectors; Need for quality teaching that will produce efficient professional employees.


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