As part of a review of destination and outcomes data for graduates, HESA (the Higher Education Statistics Agency) has launched a consultation to help determine what should replace the current DLHE (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education) survey.
The survey is the UK's main source of information on the graduate labour market and other outcomes from higher education.
The consultation is designed to gain feedback on high level principles regarding what information needs to be gathered about post study outcomes for those leaving higher education in the future.
HESA is interested in hearing the views of students, HE providers, employers, professional bodies and societies and others about their perceptions of what information will be needed in future.
This is a first-stage consultation aimed at gathering general views and gauging overall feedback on a range of tentative proposals.
Responses received will feed into a second consultation on more detailed proposals for change, which is planned for later this year.
Click here to read the consultation document.
Click here to take part in the consultation.
You have until 14 July to respond.