What do Hallam graduates do?
Every year, all universities across the UK get in contact with their recent graduates to find out what they are up to now that they have left university. This national survey is called the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE). We collect all sorts of information about what recent grads are up to - whether they are working, studying, volunteering, or working on their professional portfolio - six months after they finish their course. Not only does this information help to inform current and prospective Sheffield Hallam students about their options once they complete their course, but it is also used by Government agencies and league tables to give a picture of graduate destinations nationwide!
Did you know that of SHU graduates that completed the DLHE survey most recently:
If you'd like to know what graduates from your course are up to now that they have left Sheffield Hallam, have a look at the Graduate Employment Market Statistics (GEMS) software. GEMS allows you to search based on department or course.
What do UK graduates do?
You can also find out what UK graduates do nationally from the 'What do graduates do' report. This is compiled from the results of the DLHE survey from every UK University and gives a wider picture across different subject areas. When thinking of your future career, these publications can be useful to get a better idea of your options and to help you plan based on your specific skill set and job market trends.