Human capital management - University of Siena

A trilateral memorandum of understanding between AlmaLaurea Srl, the AlmaLaurea Consortium and the University of Siena for the creation of an Ecosystem of innovative services to facilitate the entry of graduates into the working world.

To help achieve this goal Human Capital Management was launched, a programme aimed at enriching the academic training of the participating students with digital and cross-cutting knowledge and at fostering an informed entry into the job market.

The programme, which began in December 2019 and ended in March 2021, was co-designed by the University of Siena, AlmaLaurea srl, companies in the Tuscan area and lecturers at the University of Siena, and involved students from the humanities, political and social sciences and law.

During Human Capital Management the students participated in training sessions with companies and lecturers and developed a project working in teams. At the end of the programme, participants were issued an Open Badge by the University of Siena to certify the skills they had acquired.

In addition to helping students learn the skills and knowledge required by the working world, Human Capital Management made it possible to develop cross-cutting concepts and broaden participants' perspectives.

Now in its second year, the project will see further development through the involvement of students from the life sciences and focus on topics related to sustainability in a general sense (environmental, economic and social), as well as digital subjects.

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