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How to Become the Top Candidate on Every Recruiter’s List

What would you do if your school offered a course that allowed you to learn where and when you wanted and at your own pace? What if this same course turned you into a job candidate that corporate recruiters from 86% of the Global Fortune 500 and 98% of the world’s 100 most valued brands would be falling all over themselves to meet? Wouldn’t you make sure you were first online (or in line) to register for this class?

Of course you would. You know that recruiters are seeking job candidates who can walk into the office and immediately use the company’s applications and systems to get the job done.

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Did you also know that your school can offer a learning opportunity like this? It’s available for you right now. It’s called SAP Learning Hub, student edition.

What is SAP Learning Hub, student edition?

The student edition of SAP Learning Hub is a learning portal that provides access to a comprehensive range of content on SAP solutions. Through SAP Learning Hub, you can get ready for employment along your chosen career path within the vast SAP ecosystem, including preparing to pass SAP certification exams.

With a wide range of high-quality content and optional live access to training systems from SAP, you can learn when and where you choose.


How does this learning offering from SAP relate to specific job roles in the SAP field?

To find some practical examples of how the learning programs offered through SAP Learning Hub, student edition map to actual job roles in the field of SAP have a look at this interactive e-book. It will provide you lots of practical examples of people working in different SAP-related roles and how you as a student can prepare for SAP Certification with the learning content provided in SAP Learning Hub, student edition.


Are you a member of faculty and would like to know more about how to take advantage of this low-cost learning offering for your academic institution?

Have a look at this SAP Education e-magazine that explains the benefits, how the learning content maps to academic curricula and what steps to take to offer this subscription to your student community.


If you would like further information about this offering, please reach out to a member of staff from SAP University Alliances or SAP Education in your country or have a look at these resources below:


FAQ SAP Learning Hub, student edition

Student testimonial SAP Learning Hub, student edition


Happy learning and good luck with your career with SAP!



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  1. Ali Ahmed

    That is a good opportunity out there for students who are yet to graduate. I wonder what difference is it to those who graduated and are seeking a great IT career.

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    1. Arnold Jung Post author

      Hi Ali,

      thanks for your comment. For graduates if they have no prior SAP knowledge we have also a low cost enablement offering called SAP Academy Cube which in many countries is supported by government initiatives and provides equal training opportunities as with SAP Learning Hub student edition.

      http://www.academy-cube.com/

      Let me know if you have further questions.

      Regards,

      Arnold

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  2. Paul Hawking

    Hi

    I agree about the potential of the SAP Student Learning Hub.  However the biggest barrier for the uptake of the initiative by students is the enrollment process.  Currently SAP will not allow students to directly subscribe to the Learning Hub.  Universities are required to purchase a specified number of subscriptions which are then on-sold to students.  This has the following disadvantages:

    1.  The university must commit to the use of the Student Learning Hub.  This could result in the scenario where students are keen but the academic is not and thus the students will not get access.

    2.  Additional administrative effort pushed onto the university in terms of purchasing and on-selling subscriptions.

    3.  The university incurs the risk of purchasing subscriptions and not on-selling all of them.

    Rather than just identifying the issues I propose the following solution.  A student registers their interest for the SAP Student Learning Hub online.  An email is sent to the university contact who verifies that the subscriber is a registered student.  Payment is received online and the process is complete.

    The main message from SAP in 2014 was Simplify SAP.  The current process for the SAP Student Learning Hub is far from simple.

    Good Luck

    Paul Hawking

    SAP Academic Program Director

    Victoria University

    Australia

    SAP Mentor

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    1. Arnold Jung Post author

      Hi Paul,

      thanks for sharing your feedback!

      I have not come across this requirement in the many discussions we are having with universities and higher education institutions.

      There is no up-front investment commitment required from universities, they can order any nr of access licenses for students as they are needed. Obviously if they purchase larger amount at once then they may qualify for larger discounts. But even then the subscriptions can be activated at any point in time within the first 12 months so the risk should hopefully be relatively small.

      The main benefit of having the engagement with the universities rather than the individual student is that they can get more actively involved in the enablement around how to use SAP Learning Hub in the context of what they are teaching. I believe this is an important aspect to make the adoption a success.

      To be honest, I cannot quite see the advantage in terms of administrative workload of the process you are suggesting. The student status validation does have to happen in any case so why not do it up-front instead of student by student? This may cause an even bigger workload on the universities.

      However, I see your point of universities having to administer the payment process instead of the student paying directly. I will discuss with our teams what we could do there – maybe we could have a hybrid process where we decouple the ordering from the payment.

      I will let you know.

      Thanks

      Arnold

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      1. Paul Hawking

        Hi Arnold

        Other than the increased administrative load, the current model of access is dependent on the academic having the time, motivation and support of management to purchase subscriptions for the Student Learning Hub.  The model I propose allows students to access the Learning Hub directly and eliminates the potential barriers identified above.  Surely it is about maximizing student participation in the Student Learning Hub.  

        Paul

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