2017 Bachelor Outcomes



Deakin Bachelor Outcomes 2017

Data from the Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS), the national census of newly qualified higher education graduates

  • 2375 (48%) of bachelor graduates told us what they were doing the year after graduation AND how they felt about Deakin and their course
  • 89% overall employed
  • 72% in full time work within 4-6 months (of those available for full time work)
  • 18% were in full time study
  • 27% of those employed were working multiple jobs
  • 31% have been employed Full Time in their role for at least 12 months
  • 36% found their new job via internet ads
  • They were working in 378 occupations across 247 industries in 15 countries (ABS ANZSIC and ANZSCO codes)

What our bachelor graduates thought about their course:

  • 83% overall satisfaction with course quality in 2017 1st in Victoria for the past 8 years
  • 1st in Victoria Generic Skills scale

Graduate surveys are one way for you to tell us how to improve as a university

A few of our improvement actions:

  • More industry and work placement opportunities
  • Expanded range of career planning, talent development and recruiting services
  • Targeted support for domestic and international students experiencing difficulties
  • Course planning and development based on student feedback with an emphasis on real world employment skills

Compare study areas and find out more at QILT (Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching) www.qilt.edu.au

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