At BGU, we recognise that students need to develop a range of attributes alongside their expertise in specific subject areas. Students are also encouraged to develop a global outlook, strong academic practice, and the skills, qualities and attitudes needed for success in their future work and life. These are described as the BGU Graduate Attributes.
The following pages detail what each Attribute develops along with all of the current opportunities the University provides for continual progression and development. We value the expertise that employers can offer to the Graduate Attributes project.
For further information about how you could become involved, please email Allison Lawrence.
For an overview of all six attributes, including suggested ways individuals can develop their skills in each area, click here. Or, if you are interested in a particular attribute, click below…
This covers the range of academic skills that students will develop through undertaking university-level study
This is about understanding the global context in which we live, study and work
An essential attribute in the 21st Century, Information Literacy is applicable to everyday life in a variety of way. In the world of work, information literate employees are valued for their organisational, planning and problem solving skills
These are the skills and practices of using digital technology effectively for learning, working and participating in society
This is all about how best to support students in developing the knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes which will enable them to be successful in work and life
This can be defined as a set of behaviours, attitudes and skills which allow both individuals and groups to create positive change through creativity and innovation