Graduate Outcomes Survey

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Who are the stakeholders?
Government bodies, researchers, policymakers, higher education institutions (HEIs), current students, prospective students and YOU, the graduate. Tracking graduate outcomes is crucial to improving the quality of education, and the outcomes of both future students and graduates. In assessing relevance of studies, gender pay gaps and employment outcomes (amongst many other factors), policymakers can bring the voice of graduates to the forefront of evidence-based decisions.

  • DCU Graduates:
    • DCU launched the Graduate Outcomes Survey on Wednesday April 17th. It will close on Friday June 28th 2024.
  • TUS Athlone Graduates: 
    • The survey will begin the week of April 22nd via texts and emails. Phone calls will commence the week of May 20th for one month.
  • TUS Midwest Graduates:
    • TUS Midwest are aiming to conduct the survey from mid May to the end of June. Phone calls to graduates are being conducted in June.
  • University of Galway Graduates:
    • The survey is now open. You can access the survey through emails or the Universities social media pages and website.
  • Maynooth University Graduates:
    • The survey will be launched approximately the end of May.
  • SETU (Carlow & Waterford) Graduates:
    • The survey was launched on April 15th. Graduates will have received an email with the survey link from . On Monday April 22nd, the text message campaign commenced and the phone call campaign will commence this week Monday April 29th. SETU will run the survey for 10 weeks concluding on 30th June.
  • DBS Graduates:
    • DBS will be surveying graduates with an online survey starting the week of April 23, using SurveyMonkey. Follow ups will be conducted via emails at regular intervals.
  • MTU (Cork & Kerry) Graduates:
    • MTU will conduct the survey between April 15th and mid June. You will be contacted via email. telephone and text by Insight Statistical Consultancy on their behalf to complete the survey.
  • IADT Graduates:
    • The survey will be opening on the 8th of May Closing on the 7th of June.
  • MIC Graduates:
    • The online survey phase of the Graduate Outcomes Survey commenced on Tuesday April 2nd when a link to the online survey was distributed to the MIC graduate’s personal email address. Reminder emails are sent to the graduates periodically until the closure of the online survey on April 30th.
    • The phone survey phase of the Graduate Outcomes Survey will commence the week of May 13th and will run until August 16th.
  • TU Dublin (Tallaght campus) Graduates:
    • TU Dublin Tallaght Campus is to start the survey the week of the ~ 6th May with some texts and emails to advise of the GOS.  Phone calls will start the week of the 20th May and conclude by the 28th June.
  • TU Dublin (Blanchardstown campus) Graduates:
    • Emails, texts and phone calls will be going out week beginning June 3rd and will remain active for 6-7 weeks. The survey will conclude at the end of the first week of July.
  • NCAD Graduates:
    • The survey opened June 7th and will close August 18th. You will be contacted via email.
  • ATU Graduates:
    • The Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) for the Class of 2023 is now live, so please check your inbox for the survey link.

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