Graduates from 2012 will soon receive a survey in the post from the University’s Careers Team to update the University on your employment status since graduation.

Each year, graduates are contacted to complete the Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education survey to help inform the University of the career and further study destinations of recent graduates.

Sue Norris, Careers Information Officer, said: “The survey is important in helping the University to review and promote its courses and assists the Careers Team in giving current students an insight into early career opportunities.”

“You may have gone on to further study or may not yet be working in your chosen career, but don’t let this put you off completing the survey. Any information is valuable as it helps paint a clearer picture of current graduate employment.”

You can also complete the questionnaire online by visiting,  

Former students can receive free, expert guidance on all aspects of career planning – whether you want to find a job, progress in your current role or change direction completely. You can book a one-to-one advice session for a year after graduating, and still receive careers advice via email for another two years after that.

For tips on everything from interview techniques to writing the perfect CV, information about career workshops and fairs, and access to hundreds of job vacancies across the UK, contact the Careers Team on 01695 584866 or visit,