But after university, how are our graduates doing? It is with this in mind that the European Commission is delighted to announce the launch of the pilot Eurograduate Survey, which will lay foundations for European-wide comparable data on graduates, their transitions to the labour market, their mobility across Europe and their role in society overall.
This overview is essential for understanding the interactions between education and employment, and for ensuring high quality and relevant higher education is offered to students across Europe. While graduate tracking measures exist in many different forms across Europe, this marks the first attempt to paint an EU-wide picture of the post-graduation landscape.
Who can participate in the Eurograduate Survey?
If you graduated either in 2017 or 2013 from a university in one of the countries mentioned below, keep an eye out for an invitation to participate in your inbox or by post. The survey is open until the end of the year
- Czech Republic
As follow-up to the New Skills Agenda for Europe, the Commission proposed and the Council adopted a Recommendation on tracking graduates in November 2017, with the objectives of encouraging Member States to develop comprehensive tracking systems for tertiary graduates at national level and to improve the availability of comparable data at EU level to allow more in-depth comparative analyses of graduate outcomes.