The EUROGRADUATE pilot survey aims at laying the ground for a sustainable European graduate survey. It should allow for comparing working and living
circumstances of higher education graduates in a large number of European countries. With EUROGRADUATE, it is targeted on helping policy makers to
monitor labor market integration, skill development, as well as trends of social inequality across European societies by providing research-based
evidence on higher education graduates.




  • Amsterdam, 18 February 2019

    Field work completed in all pilot countries
    On Monday, February 18, 2019, the field was closed in all participating 8 pilot countries. Thanks to the hard work of the pilot country teams, the huge support by higher education institutions and the eager participation of European graduates about 16,500 respondents successfully completed the online questionnaire.
  • Brussels, 28 January 2019

    3rd Advisory Board Meeting
    In the 3rd Advisory Board Meeting, pilot country representatives shared their practical experiences of the field work. Martin Unger gave a first glimpse into outcomes of the field phase. Christoph Meng guided a discussion on the national reports and Kai Muehleck presented first results of the survey among Erasmus+ countries on the feasibility of a full roll out of a European graduate survey.

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  • Amsterdam, 08 October 2018

    Launch of the EUROGRADUATE survey
    After months of preparation, the fieldwork of the EUROGRADUATE pilot survey has started in October 2018. Samples of graduates have been contacted in the pilot countries Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Malta and Norway and invited to participate in the EUROGRADUATE survey.

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