Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal – Feb 2024 collection

The Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L) measures medium-term employment outcomes of graduates from Australian higher education institutions. If you completed the GOS three years ago, you may be invited to take part.

The GOS-L is an opportunity for graduates to provide feedback about how their course prepared them for work and give an update on their current employment situation, approximately three years after completing their studies. By taking part in the survey, your insights will help future graduates as institutions use the findings to enhance their career resources and work-readiness initiatives.

Information from the GOS-L provides institutions and the Australian Government with insight into the medium-term labour outcomes of graduates. Findings from the survey help institutions to better understand how well their courses are preparing graduates for employment. The research facilitates the ongoing improvement of higher education by ensuring that institutions provide courses that develop graduates’ work-readiness and meet the needs of Australian workplaces.

The Social Research Centre is commissioned as an agent of the Australian Government Department of Education (the department) under the Higher Education Support Act 2003 to conduct the QILT suite of surveys.

Graduate Outcomes Survey - Longitudinal

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