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Interview Consent Form

Title of Project: Degrees of Advantage? A longer-term investigation of the careers of UK graduates (Futuretrack Stage 5)

Name of Researcher(s):Professor Peter Elias (PI), Professor Kate Purcell, Ms Gaby Atfield, Dr Wil Hunt, Dr Daria Luchinskaya, Dr Erika Kispeter

I confirm that I have read and understand the Participant Information leaflet (Version 1, 18/02/2019) for the above study. I have had the opportunity to consider the information, ask questions and have had these answered satisfactorily. https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/ier/futuretrack/participants/rec_participant_information_leaflet_ft5.pdf
I understand that my participation is voluntary and that I am free to withdraw at any time without giving any reason, without my medical, social care, education, or legal rights being affected.
I understand that data collected during the study, will be examined and processed by the above named researchers at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick. I give permission for these individuals to have access to my data.
I consent to the interview to be audio recorded
I consent to the use of anonymised verbatim quotations
I am happy for my data to be used in future research.
I agree to take part in the study: Degrees of Advantage – A longer-term investigation of the careers of UK graduates
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