Alumni are invited to take part in a survey which will benefit the graduates of tomorrow – and beyond.
Each year, all alumni who have recently completed an Edge Hill course are asked what happens to them after they leave the University. This vital information is then used to help current and future students with their careers.
Sue Norris, Careers Information Officer, said: “Even if you are continuing your studies at Edge Hill or maybe you are working here, we still need this information from you as we are unable to ascertain all the answers we require from your previous tutors.
“We understand that you may not yet be working in your chosen career but please don’t let this put you off. Any information is valuable as it helps paint a better picture of current graduate employment.”
All alumni are to be sent a letter which contains their student number. Alternatively, this reference can be obtained from the Careers Centre. The form can be completed online at http://dlhe.hesa.ac.uk or via the paper copy which will be sent out in early December.
The Careers Centre offers assistance to new graduates with job searches, writing CVs, completing applications, etc. Book an appointment by telephoning the Careers Centre on 01695 584866 or obtain email advice via the Careers website at www.edgehill.ac.uk/careers.