International Journal of Business and Management Study
Author(s) : ABDUL K. O , SAADIAH J. S , SHAHRIL M.B
this article draws together the evidence through a review of the literature regarding the effectiveness of extracurriculum activities (ECA) in building graduate‘s employability attributes. The electronic databases searched including the following: Web of Science, Proquest, ScienceDirect, PubMed and Wiley. The study finds that the development of ECA in higher education in order to build graduate‘s employability attributes needs more considerations. This study indicates that continued investment in research in this area is needed. Also ongoing long-term evaluation is necessary to provide evidence about the effectiveness of ECA to build graduates employability.