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2017 Graduate Outcomes Survey: national report

This survey report indicates that while there was a shift to full-time employment among undergraduates in 2017, over the longer term there has been a pronounced trend towards part-time employment among graduates, in part, reflecting trends among the wider workforce.
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2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey: national report

The 2018 GOS was primarily conducted as a national online survey among 102 higher education institutions including all 41 Table A and B universities and 61 Non-University Higher Education Institutions (NUHEIs). A total of 120,564 valid survey responses were collected across all study levels, representing...
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2016 Graduate Outcomes Survey: national report

The 2016 GOS was primarily conducted as a national online survey among 96 higher education institutions including all 40 Table A and B universities and 56 Non-University Higher Education Institutions. A total of 104,208 valid survey responses were collected across all study levels, representing a...
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2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal

The 2018 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L) measures the medium-term outcomes of higher education graduates based on a cohort analysis of graduates who responded to the 2015 Australian Graduate Survey (AGS).
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2018 student experience survey national report

This report reflects the experiences of around 194,000 undergraduate students and 89,000 postgraduate coursework students from Australian universities and non-university higher education institutions.
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2019 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal

The 2019 Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L) measures the medium-term outcomes of higher education graduates based on a cohort analysis of graduates who responded to the 2016 Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS). This report provides high level results from the GOS-L 2019.
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2015 Student experience survey: national report

Executive summary The Student Experience Survey (SES) was originally developed as the University Experience Survey (UES) in 2011, to provide a national architecture for collecting feedback on key facets of the higher education student experience and, in doing so, obtain important data on the levels...