Welcome to the Curriculum Toolkit for embedding student development, employability, and careers into the curriculum. The ways we design and deliver our curricula can create subject experts who are well-rounded and confident individuals, prepared to achieve success in whatever they do, wherever they go. How can our curricula support this? This toolkit introduces 10 curriculum design elements drawn from research and practice across the higher education sector that can support student development, employability, and careers. For each element it provides motivation, examples and simple guidelines for embedding the element in your curricula. The toolkit also includes approaches for reviewing your own curriculum against any of these elements. Definitions and drivers: Interested in what we mean by student development, employability, and careers, or why using our curricula to support these is important? Follow the link below for more information. Definitions and drivers The 10 Curriculum design elements From here you can access information and guidance on 10 curriculum design elements, drawn from research and practice across the higher education sector that foster student development, employability and careers. These elements can also be part of co-curricular provision and the student support system has been included due to its importance in this area. Reviewing your curriculum Knowing your provision is key to planning and implementing changes and curriculum development. On this page you can find two ways of reviewing your curriculum regarding the 10 elements. Outcomes from mapping the undergraduate curriculum In 2018/19, the Employability Consultancy conducted a mapping of the undergraduate curriculum with focus on student development, employability and careers. The resulting University-level report is found here.