The Vietnam Graduate Survey (VGS) is a survey of recent graduates about four months after they have completed their degree. It is based on the Australian Graduate Survey (AGS), which is a national survey of all students who have recently completed their qualification at an Australian university.
Similar to the AGS, the VGS collects information from graduates about their study experience and the type of work or further study being undertaken after completing their recent degree. Data being collected include:
- Employment Outcomes
- Labour Market Status
- Salary Range
- Further Study
- Job Search Methods
The survey results will help the University to further develop its courses and programs, maximise students study experiences and to provide informed advice to students and alumni about career opportunities. All responses to the survey will be combined and no personal information that identifies you will be disclosed.
The first VGS survey was implemented in October 2013 for graduates finishing in June 2013. The latest cycle was in February 2016 where graduates who completed their program in Semester 2, 2015 (October 2015) were surveyed and its report can be downloaded from this page.
You might be wondering, 'Why does completing this survey matter?' There are many reasons. This information can be used to:
- develop better resources for alumni and students to make informed career and study decisions
- understand employment outcomes and further study needs
- improve students course experience
As an RMIT student, you matter to us. Your voice and experiences count. Every completed survey makes a difference. Please update us with your current personal email address to ensure that you receive the survey by clicking on the form below:
All respondents who complete the survey will be entered into a lucky draw to win one of 100 Vietnamese mobile recharge cards worth 100,000 VND each. The winners will receive a recharge code via email once the survey has been closed.
If you know a classmate who is about to finish their degree, please share this with them.
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