Graduate Destination Information

We are pleased to let you know that our most recent graduate destinations survey of 2016-17 leavers has shown overall positive results:

  • 97% of graduates are in work or further study six months after completing their course
  • Graduate level employment has increased by 5.8% to 75.6%,
  • Unemployment rates have dropped to 3% compared to a national average of 5%
  • 67% of leavers in employment are working in the West Midlands.

For further information about where your graduates have gone, by Institute and by course, see O:\All Staff Documents\Employability\Graduate Destination information\2016-17 leavers

Please note that in the future all leavers including the 2017-18 cohort will be surveyed under the new Graduate Outcomes survey which will follow them up after 15 months rather than the current 6 month census period.

For further information about the survey or how we can work together to further improve graduate outcomes please contact Rose Watson r.watson@worc.ac.uk (Careers and Employability Service Manager).

For further information about the data please contact Katherine Bruce K.Bruce@worc.ac.uk (Employability Data Coordinator, Careers and Employability Service) or Matthew Thompson M.Thompson@worc.ac.uk (Data Analyst, Data Management Unit).

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