After graduation, you'll be invited to complete the Australian government Graduate Outcomes Survey(GOS).

This gives you the opportunity to share your thoughts on VU. It also allows you to expand your chances of success in your professional career and helps us improve graduate outcomes.

The GOS collection cycle takes place three times a year (February, May and November). Now is your opportunity to complete the survey to be in the draw to win a gift card valued up to $1000.

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Why complete the survey?

The results of the Graduate Outcome Survey help universities and the Department of Education understand and improve students’ experience of their course and the post-university job search.

This is your opportunity to provide feedback on your course, and to influence change in the university sector for the students who follow you.

 

Prizes

Complete the Graduate Outcomes Survey to go into the draw for these prizes:

  • One of 12 $1000 Visa prepaid gift cards
  • One of 20 $500 Visa prepaid gift cards
  • One of 40 $250 Visa prepaid gift cards

About the Graduate Outcomes Survey

The Graduate Outcomes Survey is administered by the Social Research Centre on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Education. You'll receive a reminder to take part in late October or early November from gos@srcentre.com.au.

The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete, and the results are used to improve courses and graduate outcomes.

Completing the survey is voluntary, but we encourage you to take part. All responses are confidential; results are collected and grouped to establish trends and patterns. There are follow-up surveys in February and May.

As part of the Graduate Outcomes Survey, you can volunteer your work supervisor's contact details so they can participate in the Employer Satisfaction Survey (ESS). This lets employers provide their perception of VU and higher education in general – they won't be asked to provide an assessment of you as a graduate. The results of the ESS provide information about the skills needed for the workforce and how well universities are responding to those needs.

Your privacy

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Contact us

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Social Research Centre:

  • From within Australia: 1800 055 818
  • From outside Australia: +61 3 8327 1951
  • Email: gos@srcentre.com.au