Career progression

April 14, 2006

The Higher Education Careers Service Unit will fund an investigation into the career paths of students, tracking them from pre-entry to postgraduation. Kate Purcell of the University of the West of England and Peter Elias of Warwick University will e-mail questionnaires to all 500,000 applicants for full-time degrees in 2006. Respondents will be contacted in June 2007, June 2009 and December 2011.

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