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University of Sussex Destination of Leavers From Higher Education 2018

To bridge the gap between the outgoing Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey and the up coming Graduate Outcomes survey, The Careers and Employability Centre has conducted a survey using many of the same methods employed in the DLHE survey.

 

Where the old DLHE survey measured outcomes at six months after graduation, the new Graduate Outcomes Survey takes place at fifteen months. This survey took place at six months after graduation in order to replace the data collection that would have taken place under DLHE.

 

The response rate targets for this survey are in line with what we expect to be collected when The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) conducts the Gradauate Outcomes Survey later in the year.   

About This Report

This report focuses primarily on UK undergraduate leavers and shows their main destinations. Also, it highlights key outcomes, including levels of job, employment sectors, earnings and locations of employment.  Where appropriate, data is broken down by academic department. The report illustrates trends using historical data from past Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education surveys (DLHE). Additionally it breaks down outcomes for specific demographic groups, including gender and ethnicity.

To make this report more accessible to users, key facts and figures are described in main body of the report whilst larger datasets are also included giving the reader the data to look at in more detail if  they so wish.

The Careers and Employability Centre can also produce bespoke analysis or datasets on request. 

Data for previous years’ leavers is available on the Careers & Employability Centre website – www.sussex.ac.uk/careers/whatourgraduatesdo

 

Contact

David Gillman

Technical Systems and Management Information Manager 
Careers and Employability Centre
The Library
University of Sussex
Brighton
BN1 9QL

T: 01273 87 7640
E: d.w.gillman@sussex.ac.uk

 

Alex Hellowell

Destinations Survey and Finance Assistant
Careers and Employability Centre
The Library
University of Sussex
Brighton
BN1 9QL

T: 01273 87 3069
E: a.hellowell@sussex.ac.uk