NewDLHE: The future of graduate outcomes data
We have developed a new model for collecting information about what higher education (HE) students do after graduating.
Our proposed model will capture rich, robust and comprehensive data using a more efficient and future-proof methodology. It will also contain new questions which will redefine how we discuss successful graduate outcomes.
This model is based on an eighteen-month review which has involved extensive collaboration with experts from the HE sector and beyond. You can read more about this review here.
We are now inviting your feedback on our final model (deadline: Friday 7 April 2017).
The final model
You can explore this model in full (on the following webpages or as a single pdf), or focus on the areas of most interest to you.
Our model includes:
- Details of the survey design, including an interactive mock-up of the proposed survey questions
- The proposed practicalities and management of the survey, including information on:
- Our implementation plan detailing the proposed timeline for the rollout of the model
- A rationale (*.pdf) explaining the major decisions we have made as part of this review.
We are seeking your mandate for us to deliver this proposed model. We are also inviting feedback on the different aspects of the model and looking for your guidance on the issues we need to be aware of should we gain support to implement it. The deadline for responses is 7 April 2017.
- The survey design
- Methodology: Overview
- Governance: Overview
- Linked data: Overview
- Data supply and outputs: Overview
- Financial implications: Overview
- Implementation plan
- Frequently asked questions
- Respond to our consultation
- Background to the NewDLHE review
HESA are consulting on their #NewDLHE proposals for collecting richer and more robust data on graduate outcomes.
We are seeking your support to deliver our new model for collecting graduate outcomes data (deadline for responses: 7 April 2017).