What do graduates do?

The University participates in the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS).

The survey captures the perspectives and current status of graduates by asking a number of core questions regarding graduates current employment status to whether they believe they are on track in their career.

All students who have completed a course will be asked to take part in the survey 15 months after graduation.

The results will be used for a range of information and regulatory purposes, primarily providing research and statistical data.

For more details, please visit Graduate Outcomes.

Other information available

  • What do Graduates Do? The Higher Education Careers Services Unit (HECSU) - Previously an annual report, with national trends, published each September based on national DLHE data. As of December 2018, DLHE has been superseded by Graduate Outcomes
  • Discover Uni - Allows comparisons to be made across a range of data by particular university and individual course. Includes information on employability and salaries.
  • Academic Performance Tracking Tool (APTT) - Access key performance data for the University via the APPT. This allows users to track the performance of students, explore student demographic and widening participation profiles, and measure programme performance against the standard Brookes key performance indicators, including for employability.