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Faculty

Faculty in general highly values the following set of skills (those appeared in both quantitative approaches): problem-solving, communication, teamwork, ethics, lifelong learning, design, and professionalism.

Other important competencies for faculty (that appeared in either quantitative or qualitative feedback) include the following: decision-making, management,

Table 7.20 Top 7 Skills and competencies importance currently statistical means “like-hart scale”

Top 7 Skills and competencies importance Currently

Ranking

Industry

Mean

Students

Mean

Faculty

Mean

Topi

4.61

4.35

4.44

Top 2

4.57

4.31

4.41

Top 3

4.53

4.30

4.37

Top 4

4.52

4.29

4.34

Top 5

4.46

4.26

4.31

Top 6

4.44

4.25

4.29

Top 7

4.43

4.23

4.29

Highlights in yellow indicate repletion of the competency in the three categories, highlights in red indicate repetition in 2 categories, and highlights in green indicate only one repletion

Table 7.21 Top 7 skills and competencies importance by the workplace currently in Qatar

Top 7 Skills and competencies importance Currently

Rankin

g

Industry (total Freq. 3021

Percentag

e%

Students (total Freq. 11471

Mea

n

Faculty (total Freq. 190)

Percentag e %

Topi

10.9%

9.1%

10.5%

Top 2

10.3%

9%

10%

Top 3

8.6%

8.8%

8.4%

Top 4

7.3%

8.2%

7.9%

Top 5

6.3%

7.3%

7.4%

Top 6

6%

7.1%

6.8%

Top 7

5.6%

6.4%

5.8%

Highlights in yellow indicate repletion of the competency in the three categories, highlights in red indicate repetition in 2 categories, and highlights in green indicate only one repletion leadership, professionalism, ICT, disciplinary knowledge, critical thinking, and innovation.

Students

Students in general highly value the following set of skills (those appeared in both quantitative approaches): teamwork, ethics, problem-solving, and practical experience.

Other important competencies for students (that appeared in either quantitative or qualitative feedback) include the following: lifelong learning, decision-making, professionalism, communication, critical thinking, design, foreign language management, and leadership.

 
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