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Graduate Outcomes

Graduate Outcomes, UCO Alumni

After graduation you may be in a job, embarking on postgraduate study, or something entirely different – whatever situation you’re in, we want to hear from you.

This is where the Graduate Outcomes survey comes in. Read on to find out more about the survey and how you can take part.

What is Graduate Outcomes?

Graduate Outcomes is a national survey which takes place 15 months after graduation. It records what students do after they leave university.

Graduate Outcomes was launched in 2018 and is overseen by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), an organisation which supports development in Higher Education by collecting and publishing data about the sector.

The survey is carried out by a third-party survey contractor, who works on behalf of University Campus Oldham and HESA.

Why is it important?

At University Campus Oldham, we want to hear from you – so that we can support your career moving forward, and to better shape the UCO experience for future students.

Your responses will also help current and future UCO students see where their qualifications can take them.

Most importantly – we’d love to know how you’re getting on!

Through your responses, you’ll leave your mark on UCO for years to come.

How do I take part?

You can either complete the survey online or take it over telephone call.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of this we’ll need some up-to-date contact details from you, as your University email address will expire soon after you graduate.

You will be contacted by a third-party survey contractor around 15 months after your graduation. The first point of contact is typically made by email, though you may also be contacted by phone. If you have a preference for how you’d like to take the survey, let the contractor know.

Once you’ve filled out the Graduate Outcomes survey, you’ll never have to do it again – it’s that simple!

Please note: if you would rather not take the survey, you will have the option to opt out and you won’t be contacted again.

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