Graduate Outcomes Survey
Thursday 24th January 2019
What is the Graduate Outcomes Survey?
The Graduate Outcomes survey is a national survey capturing feedback from graduates 15 months after they finish their studies. It asks what you are doing after graduation, whether that be work, study or something else, and to what extent your degree has played a part in this.
Run by HESA (the Higher Education Statistics Agency), you can complete the survey online or over the phone.
Why does it matter?
You’ll be one of the first students from Bloomsbury Institute contacted to take part. It would mean a lot to us for you to complete the survey – we’ll get a real insight into how we’re doing and your feedback will impact how we run our courses. You’ll also be helping current and future students learn more about what they can do after graduation.
The survey is important to those outside the institute too. It helps the Government, charities, journalists, researchers and others to get a real understanding of the higher education sector .
How do I take part?
When it’s time for you to take part, around 15 months after graduation, you’ll receive an email from us. All you need to do then is reply with your most up-to-date contact details, which HESA will then use to contact you with information on how to begin the survey.
For more information, visit the Graduate Outcomes website.