Empirically, Computer Science (CS) and IT-related graduates are failing to secure specialist posts in the first three years after graduation, due to limited skills and specialist experience. This issue contributes to the future skills gap of professionals for our technology-driven world. Consequently, there is a growing vendor qualifications market; creditability of digital wallets and their global acceptance. We propose a new CS curriculum business value model comprising academia; embedded yearly industry qualifications; annual short placements (increased employer engagement); industrial placement; an extended academic year; fees (marginal increase). Benefits include: expediting graduates to achieve their long-term goals; skills gap minimised; and employers recruiting ready professionals.