Australian Graduate Survey - Postgraduate Report

The Australian Graduate Survey (AGS) is an annual survey which targets higher degree by research graduates and consists of the Graduate Destination Survey (GDS) and the Postgraduate Research Experience Questionnaire (PREQ). It is conducted jointly by universities and Graduate Careers Australia (GCA).

The questions in the PREQ are grouped into six scales which have been identified as important indicators of the higher degree by research experience:

  • Supervision
  • Intellectual Climate
  • Skills Development
  • Infrastructure
  • Thesis Examination Process
  • Clarity of Goals and Expectations

 

University Summary Reports

The reports on this page are available for Deakin staff and student access only.

Report Size
2012 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2011 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 112 kB)
2011 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2010 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 766 kB)
2010 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2009 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 112 kB)
2009 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2008 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 321 kB)
2008 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2007 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 329 kB)
2007 AGS Postgraduate Summary Report (2006 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 678 kB)
2006 PREQ Summary Report (2005 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 212 kB)
2005 PREQ Summary Report (2004 Graduates) Adobe PDF file icon (PDF, 170 kB)

 


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