What do graduates do?

  • The University participates in the annual Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey of undergraduate and postgraduate student leavers.

    The survey reports on student activity, including employment and further study, six months after course completion. The data derived is used to inform Careers and university planning and by prospective students and their parents when considering course options and outcomes.

    Information sources on graduate destinations

    What do Graduates Do? - an annual report, with national trends, published each September based on the latest national DLHE data.

    Unistats - 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.