Six months after graduating, we contact all of our graduates as part of the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey (DLHE).
The DLHE survey is a national survey undertaken by all UK universities on behalf of the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
It is used to find out what graduates are doing six months after leaving university.
This data is used within the various national league tables and informs the Key Information Sets (KIS) published by UNISTATS.
All graduates of the university are requested to complete this survey.
For UK domicile graduates from full-time study at undergraduate level HESA stipulate a target response rate of 80%.
You can find more details about the survey and what happens to the data.
You can access institutional data for all UK universities through the HESA website who publish Employment Performance Indicators for each university.
More general information regarding the graduate labour market is available through our Labour Market Intelligence section within the Knowledge Bank.
If you have any queries regarding the DLHE survey or wish to access our online data services, please contact us.