EUROGRADUATE survey



What are the aims of this survey and which countries are participating?

The EUROGRADUATE survey is a pilot study comparing working and living conditions of higher education graduates in different European countries. Initiated by the European Commission it will help policy makers monitor labour market integration, skills development and social inequality across Europe.

The EUROGRADUATE pilot study is being conducted in 8 countries, namely Austria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Malta and Norway.

Who is invited to participate in Malta?

Graduates from the University of Malta and the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology, who completed their studies in 2012/2013 or 2016/2017, are invited to participate. They will be contacted directly by their former education institutions with a personal login code to the survey. The survey takes around 20 minutes to complete.

By participating in the survey graduates can share their experience and help shape the way forward in higher education policies and practices throughout Europe.

When will results be available?

Results will be publicly available at the end of 2019.

Who is responsible for the survey?

EUROGRADUATE is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union. The study is carried out by a consortium of six European research institutes with substantial expertise in policy analysis and surveys. Data collection is carried out by DESAN, an independent research company located in Amsterdam.

The survey is implemented in Malta by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education.

How is data protection guaranteed?

All answers provided in the survey are treated anonymously and in full compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the EU regulation 45/2001, which governs the data protection by EU institutions as explained in the privacy statement: www.eurograduate.eu/respondents

The University of Malta or MCAST will provide us with information on the programme respondents completed during 2012/2013 or 2016/2017. Besides that, University of Malta or MCAST are only acting as an intermediary to send the survey invitation and will not have access to the responses of graduates.

Where can I find more information?

For more information on the project, please visit: www.eurograduate.eu or send an E-Mail to: eurograduatemalta.ncfhe@gov.mt.