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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Nikolai Shirinkin
Information Support of Preliminaring Technology
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
The present research is aimed at investigating some key questions concerning student employment, including student competency assessment, the employer's requirements to graduates and conditions of its modeling. The project will provide new useful insights into the necessity of providing interaction between student and employers and the effects of such proper impact on an organization.

The article presents a theoretical and practical base, which will form the foundation for the implementation the preliminaring technology into a partnership between universities and companies in Russia. The basis for the study will be formed on the obtained local market data and customer development data.

As a result, the research will serve as a starting point for growing a business project, ensuring the interests of the employer and the student in unified a software product, which correlates the needs of student and employer.

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