Abstract—The role of the university in helping students to meet the employment needs has been taken into scrutiny in the present study. Cross-sectional design survey approach was used to examine students’ perception on this critical question. Participants included 482 university students from several states of Malaysia. The findings showed that generally students had a positive perception towards the roles of university and most of them were satisfied with the positive learning experience at their respective universities and hence, they were confident in securing a job after completion of education. Although the outcomes obtained from this findings were positive, several reflective and important questions were raised and discussed against the backdrop of Malaysian context. Suggestions for further studies were given.
Index Terms—Component; role of the universities, students’ perception on the role of universityi, universities in Malaysia, the third role of university
Jin Kuan Kok and Jiunn Han Tan are with the University Tunku Abdul Rahman Kampar, Malaysia (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org,my,email@example.com).
Cite: Jin Kuan Kok and Jiunn Han Tan, "Will I Get a Job after Graduation?," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 160-166, 2011.