Monday 20 May 2013

Survey to examine the economic impact of PhD graduates

RCUK has launched a survey for PhD graduates to examine their career pathways, their impact in employment and how their skills contribute to innovation and growth. 

The press release is here:

Doctoral graduates from 2003-04 to 2005-06 are invited to take part in the impact and careers survey which will be open until the end of May.  The aim is to improve our understanding of the  impact of doctoral training over the medium to long-term. Questions focus on the importance of research skills and expertise developed during doctoral training in gaining employment; the extent to which the doctoral degree experience enabled graduates to progress towards their long-term career aspirations; the relevance and importance of their doctoral training in contributing to key activities in their roles.

The survey is available at

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