2019 University of London Worldwide First Destinations Survey
This year’s survey, conducted by independent market research agency, IFF Research, showed that graduates are highly satisfied with their learning experience. 77% of participants stated that their programme met their needs and helped them to become an independent learner.
Graduates strongly agreed that studying University of London’s online and flexible programmes helped develop their skills in a number of ways, including challenging them to achieve their best work and building their confidence in tackling unfamiliar situations and problems.
The latest survey of the class of 2018 showed that 85% of graduates were in work or further study six months after finishing their degree.
2018 University of London Worldwide First Destinations Survey
This year independent market research agency IFF Research conducted the survey which showed a significant majority (88%) of our graduates who took part were engaged in work or further study.
Other positive aspects highlighted, are students who had studied by distance and flexible learning, are highly satisfied with their study experience and were in work or further study six months after graduating.
The latest survey of the class of 2017 showed that 82% had gained permanent jobs.
Graduates were very likely to recommend studying through the University of London to others, with an average response of 8.1 out of 10.
2016 First Destinations Survey
The First Destinations Survey is undertaken by the Careers Group and invites University of London International Programmes graduates to participate and give feedback. This is the third year running the survey has been undertaken and it reflects feedback from students around the world.
This years survey shows 84% of students are satisfied with their overall study experience.
Recommending the university's programmes is on the increase, this year more than 80% of graduates would recommend their programme to others.
2013 - 2014 First Destinations Survey
This survey shows 93% of graduates are in work or study six months after graduation. It highlights an increase on the previous survey with Ghana and Hong Kong leading with the highest rates.
Other positive highlights indicate students recommending the University of London International Programmes has increased and so has overall student satisfaction.
2012 - 2013 First Destinations Survey
This survey provides a summary of the results of the 2012-2013 Destinations Survey for International Programmes graduates: