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    Report 5: Final Evaluation And Assessment – Graduates For A Greater Manchester (OfS Local Challenge Fund Project)

    Christie, Fiona ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1384-3683, Page, Catrina, Papadopoulos, Orestis ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5086-5086 and Lupton, Ben ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0822-3033 (2023) Report 5: Final Evaluation And Assessment – Graduates For A Greater Manchester (OfS Local Challenge Fund Project). In: Graduates for a Greater Manchester. Project Report. Manchester Metropolitan University.

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    Graduates for a Greater Manchester (GfGM) was a three-year project led by Manchester Metropolitan University Careers Service (in partnership with University of Manchester Careers Service) - one of sixteen funded by the OfS Local Challenge Fund to tackle employability support for ‘local’ students. It sought to develop tech and creative digital skills amongst student participants, and opportunities for them to apply skills and gain recognition for their development, with a view to enhanced employment outcomes. It also sought to develop greater connectivity between participating Universities and local tech and creative digital SME networks and industry/sector bodies in the city region. This final report is the fifth report written by the Decent Work and Productivity Research team and weaves data from a range of sources to make a final assessment and evaluation of the project. It aims to create a summary of value to the Steering group members and the communities they represent. It is written for a wider public audience too who are unfamiliar with project details but are interested in learning from how the project was delivered and what it achieved.

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