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Recent graduates? What are you doing now?

The Graduate Outcomes survey is the UK’s big annual social survey and aims to find out what students are doing 15 months after you have completed your course.

What is the survey?

The Graduate Outcomes survey is a national survey of all university leavers and details what students are doing 15 months after completing their course. All graduates who completed a course will be asked to take part in the survey, in order to help current and future students gain an insight into career destinations and development. Your responses will also help your university or college to evaluate and promote their courses.

When and how will I be surveyed?

The survey is delivered by the Graduate Outcomes team at the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). They will be in touch with you by email or telephone to complete the survey 15 months after you graduate.

In order to conduct the survey, it is important that we have your up-to-date contact details. To update:

as a student - via e:vision (watch the video on how to do this here)
as a graduateemail the Sunderland Futures team

Still not sure what you want to do?

That's OK, the Sunderland Futures team supports University of Sunderland graduates for up to 3 years after you've completed your course.

To get help with your career and next steps, including advice on the options you have with your degree, searching and applying for jobs, preparing for interviews and much more all you need to do is register with us as a graduate.

 
 
 
 
 

What happens to your information?

The data provided will be used by the University for internal analysis, to help us understand where our students go on to after they leave the University, and to improve our services.

The data will be shared with the University’s faculties, schools, academic departments and advisory services such as Student Recruitment and the Alumni Association for monitoring and publicity. Data may also be made available to external bodies and third parties, but only in a form which does not allow individuals to be identified.

All data will be held securely and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 by the University.  You have rights to access the data the University holds about you.

For further information about the personal data the University holds about you please read the University of Sunderland Student Privacy Notice. You can also contact:

Data Protection Officer
University of Sunderland
Room 202 St Peters Gate
Charles Street
Sunderland
SR6 0AN

Or email dataprotection@sunderland.ac.uk

The uses that HESA makes of your survey responses are described in detail at https://www.graduateoutcomes.ac.uk/privacy-info 

 

Question about the survey?

If you have any further questions about the Graduate Outcomes survey, please contact Teresa Lumsdon by:

 
 
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