Take Part in the @grad_outcomes Survey

Did you graduate from UWS last year, or are you graduating this year? If so this message is for you!

A new national survey capturing the current status and perspectives of graduates has launched. The Graduate Outcomes (GO) Survey takes the place of the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey and went live in December 2018. Unlike the DLHE survey, the administration of the Graduate Outcomes (GO) survey will be undertaken by a third-party survey contractor who works in collaboration with HESA and not the UWS Careers Service.

Please note that Graduates will be asked to take part in the GO Survey approximately 15 months after they finish their studies.

The first UWS cohort of graduates will be surveyed in June 2019. The invited group will be selected from our students who graduated between February and April 2018. These recent graduates will receive an email initially inviting them to complete the survey online. They may then be contacted by telephone and asked to complete the survey over the phone.

If you are graduate from the cohort of students above, please be aware that you may be asked to participate in this survey and its important for the University community that you take part.

It is also important that even when you leave you make the university aware of any changes in your home address, telephone number or email address. UWS will securely pass on graduate contact details for the sole purpose of administering the Graduate Outcomes Survey.

If you are a Graduate you can update your contact details in the alumni database which you can access on this UWS webpage  www.uws.ac.uk/alumni

The survey aims to help current and future students gain insight into career destinations and professional development.

If you have any questions or queries regarding the Graduate Outcomes survey please don’t hesitate to contact the Careers Team at careers@uws.ac.uk

Find out more at www.graduateoutcomes.ac.uk

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