Official Statistics

Graduate outcomes, by degree subject and university

Employment and earnings of higher education graduates broken down by graduate characteristic, subject studied and university attended.

Documents

Main text: SFR60/2016

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Characteristics tables: SFR60/2016

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Subject tables: SFR60/2016

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Institution tables: SFR60/2016

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Law (subject) by institution table: SFR60/2016

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Details

These experimental statistics use graduate outcome data to look at employment and earnings of higher education graduates 1, 3, 5 and 10 years after graduation.

They use the same information as the statistics published on 4 August 2016. They concentrate on data for 2009 graduates (those who completed their degree at the end of the 2009 academic year) 1, 3 and 5 years after graduation.

These statistics provide further breakdowns by:

  • graduate characteristics (including gender and ethnicity)
  • subject studied
  • university attended

Complete our second survey to feedback on these experimental statistics (SFR60).

The ‘Higher education longitudinal education outcomes experimental statistics - informal consultation: government response’ summarises the responses to the informal consultation on our first graduate outcome statistics (SFR36) and the proposed changes to future releases.