Effects of Graduates Tracers as A Quality Assurance Vector on Graduate’s Career Readiness in Cameroon State Universities
Keywords:Graduates Tracers, Career Readiness, States Universities
This study examines the influence of graduate’s tracer on graduate’s career readiness in Cameroon states universities. Tracing the graduates in the job market and creating a close interaction with the university system is an effective quality assurance technique that improves employability among graduates. This study employs the descriptive survey design and using simple random sampling technique, a sample of 448 participants were reached. The data collected was via questionnaire and analysed using the structural equation modelling. The findings indicated that graduate tracers are strong moderating predictors of graduates’ career readiness in Cameroon state universities. Therefore, we recommend that Cameroon state universities should intentionally design respective graduates tracers programs.
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