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The Destinations of International Leavers From Higher Education 2017: Home

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University of Sussex Destination of Leavers From Higher Education 2017

Each year the Careers and Employability Centre surveys recent leavers from the University of Sussex who have completed undergraduate and postgraduate courses. This report covers all international leavers who completed courses between September 2016 and August 2017 - the class of 2017. 

About This Report

This report focuses on international 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 and also provides broader comparison with other higher education institutions and national data. 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 located in the appendices. This allows for the quick understanding of the major challenges and achievements facing international degree leavers whilst also giving the reader the data to look at in more detail if  they so wish.

Appendix 1 describes how the Careers and Employability Centre collects the data in line with the requirements of the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).

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


It is worth pointing out that HESA generally round numbers to the nearest multiple of 5.

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