Graduate Outcomes survey

The Graduate Outcomes survey is a national survey capturing information about the activities and perspectives of graduates 15 months after they finish their studies.

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.

How can I complete the Graduate Outcomes survey?

Approximately 15 months after you complete your course at The University of Manchester, you will be contacted by an organisation called HESA, inviting you to complete the survey. You will receive a unique link sent via test of email. Simply search 'graduate outcomes' in your texts and inbox to take the survey. It takes around 10 minutes. In the meantime, make sure your contact details are up to date.

Why should I fill in the Graduate Outcomes survey?

  • You’ll have the chance to participate in the UK’s biggest annual social survey.
  • Graduate Outcomes is of national significance, as it allows policy makers, charities, journalists, researchers and others to understand the higher education sector and the state of the graduate labour market.
  • It allows you to have your say about what graduate success means to you, i.e. employment, further study, using your skills, etc.
  • You will be part of the bigger picture, as your responses help your university to improve and promote their courses and student offerings.

Visit Graduate Outcomes survey for further information and frequently asked questions.