Students and employers want cultural competency – something university leaders are failing to recognise, the acting vice-chancellor of the University of Sydney has said.

Cultural competence is the set of behaviours, attitudes and policies that allows professionals to work together in cross-cultural situations. As today’s workplace is multicultural, USYD’s professor Shane Houston told Campus Review, universities must equip students with knowledge of interacting with other cultures so they can get jobs.

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