Career monitoring survey begins – Every response counts

Submitted on Thu, 11/30/2017 - 14:14

How have university graduates found employment five years after completing their Master’s degree? What about doctoral graduates after three years? Have they been satisfied with their studies and careers?

The University of Tampere takes part in the national career monitoring survey conducted by the Aarresaari career services network of Finnish universities. This winter, the survey is targeted to graduates who completed a Master’s degree in 2012 or a doctoral degree in 2014.

For universities, the results of the career monitoring survey constitute a valuable resource for teaching, study and career counselling, as well as planning and developing academic education. The results can also help current and prospective students as they ponder their studies and career potential.

Each response is highly important in order to get a comprehensive picture of the employment and career paths of university graduates.

The survey has been sent in late November either by text message or mail. If you have completed your Master’s degree in 2012 or a doctoral degree 2014 but have not received the survey, please contact the University of Tampere Career Services.

Further information:

Project Coordinator Ari Kurlin, ari.kurlin(at)uta.fi.
Career Services, The University of Tampere

Aarresaari career services network of Finnish universities

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