The Influence of Campus Environment, Curriculum and Extra-curricular Activity on Employability
The issue of graduates’ unemployabilityprevails till today. Despite having completed higher education, some graduates still experience unemployment. Employability is a complex topic, as there are many contributing factors. This study considers the effect of campus environment, curriculum, and extra-curricular activity on graduates’ employability amongst graduates of a private university in Klang Valley, Malaysia.85 respondents participated in this study, via data collected through online questionnaire.Data was inspected using normality test to ascertain the common method variance. In addition, descriptive statistics, frequency and Pearson correlation analysis were conducted to investigate the relationship between predictors and dependent variable. The findings revealed that of the three, the strongest factor affecting employability is Campus Environment. This preliminary study provides stakeholders, including Higher Education Institutions, policy makers, and employers, with a preview of factors that potentially affect graduates’ employability.