Take part in the Futuretrack Stage 4 survey!
There is lots of politically-motivated and uninformed debate about the graduate labour market, but very little solid evidence of how recent graduates have been faring. The Futuretrack survey is independent, confidential and aiming to conduct a rigorous investigation of what is really going on. It is open to all who applied to study full-time on an undergraduate course in the UK through UCAS in 2005/06.
You could be in with a chance to win a cash prize: there are ten of £1,000 or one hundred of £100 prizes to be won!
If you have problems opening the link, copy and paste the following link into your browser: https://www.snapsurveys.com/futuretrack?u=wier.
If you were a 2005/06 UCAS applicant, you are part of the study, whether you started a course in Autumn 2006, deferred and re-applied, had a gap year, completed a course, dropped out or did something different instead.
Don't miss your chance to make your views count and contribute to a deeper understanding of the labour market!
What is Futuretrack?
Futuretrack is an academic research study exploring the relationship between higher education, career decision-making and labour market opportunities.
You can have a look at our findings from previous Futuretrack surveys here.
Have a look at our FAQs for more information, and the Institute for Employment Research's privacy statement about how your data will be used.
Futuretrack is an independent, interdisciplinary, policy-related research project funded by the Higher Education Careers Service Unit (HECSU) and the Warwick Institute for Employment Research, and supported by UCAS. For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.