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Concisely, this page highlights what skills graduates from ACU should possess by the time they complete their studies; specifically, ethicnicity, obtaining and advancing knowledge, and other relevant skills.
Focusing on the undergraduate, this university's Graduate Attributes Policy is detailed in what is expected of each level of staff directly involved in studies. There is also a list of generic skills that all graduates are expected to be assessed in.
Nine Graduate Attributes have been categorised and sub divided into specific skills to be acquired in order to achieve each attribute. This is a good quality guide and perhaps the most useful to use as a guide when developing own set of Graduate Attributes.
A policy that has identified eight Graduate Attributes for both undergraduates and postgraduates, with emphasises on information literacy and lifelong learning. There is further information within the policy for academics, informing them of how the attributes are to be met and measured.