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Published: 20 October 2016

Did you graduate in 2012/13?

We always enjoy hearing where your Surrey degree has taken you and we are particularly asking graduates from 2012 and 2013 to take the time to help with a higher education survey.

You may recall completing a questionnaire six months after graduating - the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, organised by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).

There is now another opportunity to let us know what you have been doing since you gained your qualification. IFF Research, on behalf of HESA, is conducting the DLHE Longitudinal Survey and they may get in touch with you soon.

The questionnaire will ask you to detail your activities since you left university in 2012/2013. Any information you provide will help in reviewing and promoting courses and giving current students an insight into early career progression, as well as providing input to government policy development and review.

If you are contacted by IFF Research (by email, post or telephone), please take time to complete the survey – your participation is invaluable.

You will be able to see the results of this survey on the web next summer. You can read more about previous DLHE Longitudinal Surveys, including the findings, on their website.

We always enjoy hearing where your Surrey degree has taken you and we are particularly asking graduates from 2012 and 2013 to take the time to help with a higher education survey.

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