Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS)

The Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) is an Australian Government Department of Education and Training initiative forming part of the suite of higher education surveys under Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT). The focus of the GOS is on understanding the labour force outcomes in the short term.

Previously known as the Graduate Destination Survey, the GOS is conducted by the Social Research Centre and measures destinations of graduates and labour force outcomes. Graduates are invited to complete the survey approximately four months after completion of their courses.

The GOS aims to gather feedback on graduates’ higher education experiences to improve the experience for future students. For more information, including prize draw details and privacy information, please go to www.gos.edu.au.

 

Graduate Outcomes Survey – Longitudinal (GOS-L)

The Graduate Outcomes Survey - Longitudinal (GOS-L) is a continuation from the Graduate Outcomes  Survey (GOS) and allows graduates the opportunity to express views on their course three years on from graduation. The focus of the GOS is on understanding the labour force outcomes in the medium term.

The GOS-L is conducted in February by the Social Research Centre and aims to improve higher education and measure employment outcomes for graduates.

The government uses these findings to assist future students in making informed choices about their study options. For more information, including prize draw details and privacy information, please go to www.gos.edu.au/l.