Graduate Outcomes Survey
What is the survey?
The Graduate Outcomes survey is the UK’s biggest annual social survey. Its a national survey of all university leavers, detailing what all graduates are doing 15 months after the completion of their course.
This survey is unique because it picks up with you 15 months after you finished your studies to ask about your perspective as a graduate and what you’ve got up to since finishing your studies.
When and how will I be surveyed?
You will be contacted by email or telephone to complete the survey 15 months after graduation.
In order to conduct the survey, it is important that we have your up to date contact details. To update your details as a graduate register login to the Alumni network.
How does it benefit you?
In just 10 minutes of your time, you can impact your status as a graduate. The Graduate Outcomes survey impacts the University’s position in league tables, so by completing the survey you’ll not only be supporting the University of Lincoln’s reputation, but you’ll also be improving your own status as a graduate!
By taking part you’ll be joining over 700,000 fellow graduates to make your voice heard. It gives you the power to influence the future of higher education.
When you share your success, it supports current and future students to make decisions about their next steps- all based on your experiences. So make sure to be part of the picture and use your power to inspire the next generation of students.
But you don’t have to take our word for it! See what other recent University of Lincoln graduates thought of completing the survey in the video below…
Once you’ve completed the survey, why not show everyone that you’ve made your graduate voice count by saving the image to the right and uploading it to your chosen social media platform!
Save the image below and share on your social media with #graduateoutcomes and tag in @UoLCareers! Various social media sized images are available here.
Where can I find out more?
The Graduate Outcomes website has further information about the survey, including a detailed Graduate Q&A section.