- All reports tagged as ‘employability’.
- Reports tagged with the user group 'careers' including reports such as the Careers Registration Task as well as Careers office maintained reports such as careers events, appointments, mentoring and UEA awards.
- Reports tagged specifically for the ‘Employability Executive’.
- Reports tagged as 'Alumni'.
Graduate Destinations Dashboard (Restricted Users)
A report summarising all the key measurements on Graduate Destinations performance using the DLHE survey, presents key metrics including positive destinations, professional work and HESA EPI alongside further information on employment activity; Employment, further study and unemployment, graduate salary, employment locations, job titles and employment basis and further study locations. Information is presented at an institutional, departmental and course level.
Graduate Prospects Benchmarking (External) (All Users)
This report, based on data purchased from HESA, shows how UEA subjects by principal JACS compare across the sector, including a measure for top sixth position (83.3 percentile).
Graduate Prospects (External) (All Users)
This internal report using internal HESA and DLHE survey response data provides a headline overview of the league table metric, Graduate Prospects performance is presented at UEA Institutional, faculty and departmental level, providing the user with performance differences over time and between departments.
WP Graduate Prospects (Restricted Users)
This report is an overview of graduate prospects analysed by widening participation over time, for Polar 1, Mature, Disabled, BME, Male and State School Students. This will give insight to how graduate prospect rate varies across different WP indicators.
Course Review – Destinations (Restricted Users)
This year on year benchmarking report shows percentage positive destination at course level. Internally calculated Times indicator for Graduate Prospects, based on destinations of leavers after six months in the DLHE survey and whether they entered professional or non-professional employment, or graduate-level further study. The professional employment marker is derived from the latest Standard Occupational Classification (SOC2010) codes.
This report connects the relationship between the Good Honours cohort and the final graduate prospects population present in the league table metric. Information is presented at school/department level.Undergraduate Key Metrics overview (All Users)
A 4-5 year benchmarking report on key metrics including; Applications Count, Conversion Percentage, Average Entry Tariff, New Intake Count, International Percentage, Total Enrolled Count, Continuation Rate Percentage, Good Honours Percentage, NSS Average 19 questions score, Graduate Prospects Percentage and SSR ratio. Data is presented at department and course level.