We'd love to hear about what you've been up to since you graduated! Get in touch via the below methods, or at careers@york.ac.uk.

Be part of the picture and help current students in your department, by taking part in the Graduate Outcomes survey 15 months after you graduate.

Insights from the survey help us to improve our programmes; influencing league tables and University reputation – which only helps boost your own professional profile!

Five common questions about the Graduate Outcomes Survey:

What is it?

  • Graduate Outcomes is a national survey capturing the activities and perspectives of graduates across the country
  • It is the biggest annual social survey in the UK!
  • The survey only takes 10 minutes to complete and gives you a chance to reflect on your graduate experience

Who runs the survey?

How will I be contacted?

Why should I take part?

  • Use your voice to influence the Higher Education system and its future
  • Empower current and prospective students by providing valuable insights into the career pathways available to them
  • Ensure we provide tailored careers support that is relevant to your industry – which you can continue to access as a graduate!
  • Support the University of York’s position in league tables
  • Provide insights to higher education providers, policymakers, researchers, charities and others, to understand trends within the graduate labour market

What do I need to do to take part?

  • Please provide an up-to-date email address and phone number in the University graduation survey, or update your details now.

Explore our Careers podcast What Do You Actually Do? where we chat to guests from diverse industries to learn about their experiences and hear their advice.

As a speaker on our podcast, you'll be empowering York students and graduates with career inspiration and top tips. Join host Kate Morris for a fun conversation, conveniently recorded via Zoom.

Let us know at careers@york.ac.uk if you'd like to feature on our podcast. We're looking forward to hearing from you!

Would you like to make a positive impact on York students and share your knowledge and experiences with them?

As a graduate, you possess insights that could be invaluable to current students as they prepare for life after York. Becoming a mentor is quick process, and provides a seamless way for you to support current students.

Plus, did you know that mentoring not only benefits the students but also helps you develop your ability to motivate and encourage others, making you a better team member and manager?

Sign up here, and you can choose whether you would like to mentor students in a specific area or simply offer general guidance.