The EUROGRADUATE survey is a pilot survey of graduates in a choice of European countries, which aims to lay the ground for a sustainable European-
wide graduate survey. This is an exciting initiative to map the impact that experiences of European graduates during their time as students have had on
their professional lives and their lives as European citizens. We want to know how happy the graduates are with their studies, how they sustained themselves,
whether they travelled abroad and what they did after graduation. We will use the findings to compare different higher education systems in Europe and identify
ways in which they can become better at preparing young people for the world of work and their role in society.


Research into graduate pathways is important for guiding higher education institutions in assessing and improving their programmes and teaching methods.
The information also helps future students make better choices regarding their studies and career plans.
Decision makers will also be better informed when making funding and legislative decisions.
At European level, this data will allow us to monitor progress towards the European Education Area and identify areas that need more investment and resources.




  • 10 - 11 May 2023

    Annual Network Meeting of the European Network of Graduate Tracking (ENGT) 2023
    This year’s annual network meeting of the ENGT welcomed around 40 members in Stockholm to reflect on experiences made in the past year and to further structure the collaboration within the ENGT. Accordingly, developments and learnings related to the European Graduate Tracking Initiative, EUROGRADUATE 2022 and countries’ approaches for graduate tracking were discussed, which was accompanied by a series of parallel action and exploratory workshops.
  • 04 April 2023

    Webinar with the pilot countries on data processing (part 3)
    Within this monthly webinar, the final steps for the data processing were discussed. This particularly concerned the topics of identifying (in)valid cases, carrying out plausibility checks and weighting. At this stage, the countries are well prepared to perform the data processing and deliver the final national data sets in the coming weeks.
  • 15 March 2023

    Webinar with the pilot countries on data processing (part 2)
    This monthly webinar has been an extension of the preceding webinar in February. The data processing guidelines and upcoming steps (e.g., renaming and recoding of variables, …) were discussed in more detail with the participating countries. Further, breakout sessions provided room for exchange on current project tasks, challenges and (potential) need for support in the national research teams.

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