Graduate Outcomes

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What is the Graduate Outcomes survey?

The Graduate Outcomes survey is a new national survey for graduates and replaces the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. The Graduate Outcomes survey captures information about the activities and perspectives of graduates 15 months after they finish their studies.

If you completed your studies on or after 1 August 2017 you will be invited to take part in the new Graduate Outcomes survey.

Why should I take part?

Your responses will help current and future students by providing an insight into potential career destinations and will also help the University to enhance and promote our programmes.

How can I take part?

If you are eligible, you will be contacted approximately 15 months after completing your studies. Please make sure your contact details are up to date. 

  • Current students - please update your details via the student portal.
  • Graduates - please update your details via the online form for alumni.

(Please note, if you have previously completed undergraduate studies at GCU and are currently undertaking postgraduate studies at GCU, you will need to update your details via both of the above channels)

Where can I find more information?

You can find more information by visiting https://www.graduateoutcomes.ac.uk/ 

Your privacy comes first

We take your information privacy very seriously. All responses to student surveys are strictly confidential and are anonymised for reporting purposes. Reports will be in aggregate format and no individual will be identifiable. All surveys strictly follow the University's Data Protection guidelines.

HESA is the external company that runs the Graduate Outcomes survey.  HESA's Graduate Outcomes privacy notice  provides information about who processes your information, what they use it for, the legal bases for this processing, and your rights under data protection legislation.

Got a question?

Contact studentsurveys@gcu.ac.uk for surveys or data privacy answers.