Graduate Employment Survey for Graduates
Conducted annually, the Graduate Employment Survey is aimed at gaining a better understanding of the graduates’ employment situation and providing useful data for better planning of programmes and career services.
All Full-time programme* graduates at all levels are invited to complete the online Graduate Employment Survey on or before 15 October 2017 (Sunday) before you collect your academic dress. An email will be sent to all eligible graduates within September 2017 to your EdUHK email account for more information and guidelines in completing the Survey. (Click here to log in and check your email with the subject “MUST READ: Graduate Employment Survey for 2017 Graduates – Earn a FREE coupon after completion!” )
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Individual information provided on the survey will be kept confidential and will be used solely for the compilation of aggregate data that the Student Affairs Office and The Education University of Hong Kong are obliged to collect.
Some of the data obtained in this questionnaire (including employers information) will be given to HKSAR government, or will be used for later research purpose. The data will thereafter be handled by the Student Affairs Office.
Under the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, you have the right to request access to, and to request the correction of your personal data in relation to this survey. Graduates wishing to access or make corrections to their data should submit written requests to the Student Affairs Office.
If you have questions about the Graduate Employment Survey 2017, please write to SAO directly (by email: email@example.com or by fax: (852) 2948 6771) or contact Miss Tsui at (852) 2948 6346.
*Including all full-time sub-degree, undergraduate and post-graduate programmes.