Tell us what you are doing after your course

The Destination of Leavers Survey historically administered at six months post-graduation is being replaced with the Graduate Outcomes Survey administered at eighteen months. Due to the change of timescale, Derby University will continue to survey graduates at six months to capture the data created by this time lag and to offer engagement opportunities for graduates who need support with their career journey. This data will also help inform the courses that we offer here at the University. Graduates eligible to complete this survey will be emailed with a unique access code and can access the survey here.

The new Graduate Outcomes survey was launched by Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) in December 2018. Graduates will be contacted to complete the new Graduate Outcomes survey 15 months after leaving university. The responses to this Graduate Outcomes survey will be crucial in assisting current and future students to make informed choices and in helping us to evaluate and promote our courses.

For graduates to support the survey, the University of Derby is required to hold accurate contact details, including a personal email address, at least one telephone number, and a postal address (this can be a parental/ guardian address)

If you completed your course after August 2017, we would be very grateful if you could now review and update the details we currently hold about you. To do this simply log into UDo using your student ID number and password. If you have forgotten your password this can be reset here.

If you have any questions or queries regarding the Graduate Outcomes survey please don't hesitate to contact the Graduate Outcomes Team at

Previous graduate destinations survey outcomes

Based on the latest data available for UK-based, full time, first degree University of Derby graduates in 2016/17:

Further DLHE statistics at subject level for the University of Derby and all other institutions can be found on the Unistats website. For national statistics please visit the HESA website.