Two separate questionnaires made in the Hungarian Graduate Carreer Tracking System for the year 2011. One concerns to the Graduate Career Tracking Survey; the other one to the Students Motivation Survey. Tovább »
International examples also highlight that the most direct utilisation of career tracking results takes place mostly at the international level: in the development of study programmes building on the continuous labour market experiences of graduates; in strengthening competence-based education also reflecting employer expectations and in general in establishing institutional quality control. Tovább »
The general objective of the research is to analyse the employment prospects, career strategies and labour market careers of graduates from different educational fields, as well as to explore the correlations and asymmetries between qualification and employment status and work. Tovább »
Research in recent years indicates that some students are characterised not only by complete or partial estrangement from their original professional plans during their years of study, but are also taking into account that their degree will not automatically provide employment opportunities in the profession, rather encouraging or forcing young graduates into continual further training and generally flexible application of the knowledge acquired during university or college studies. Tovább »
Graduate career tracking and the examination of the competitiveness of individual degrees also received increasingly important roles in the research conducted to analyse the efficiency of education. Tovább »
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