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1、International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 202423Foreword UK higher education is a powerful and resilient global brand.UK universities have a well-earned reputation for excellence and for teaching and inspiring some of the worlds most empl

2、oyable graduates.The findings from the UUKi QS International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024 detail the perspectives and experiences of over 10,000 international graduates and I encourage both universities and the UK government to listen to those voices and act on what they tell us.There is much to ce

3、lebrate,with international graduates attracted by the high quality of the UK higher education sector,recognising and praising the excellent learning experience and welcoming environment during their studies in the UK,and going onto fulfilling careers.There are lessons here too:Most respondents felt

4、that their university could have done more to support their employability and careers with placements,internships and experiential learning.The UK is a leading destination for international students.Each and every year,we attract talented and ambitious students from across the globe to come and stud

5、y at our universities,the benefits of which are felt across the length and breadth of the UK.This is something which we rightly celebrate and is a source of immense pride,but we must also recognise the important responsibility that we all share to maintain this position and ensure the student experi

6、ence remains first-class.That is why the findings from the UUKi QS International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024 are so important.They provide crucial insight into the motivations and aspirations of international graduates who have studied in the UK.Jessica Turner CEO QS Quacquarelli SymondsJamie Arro

7、wsmith Director Universities UK International(UUKi)We are encouraged by the UK governments broad alignment with the conclusions drawn in the Migration Advisory Committees independent review1 on 14 May 2024 that the Graduate route visa should remain in place.While revisions of the scheme will be unde

8、rtaken to address potential misuse of the visa system,this is good news for the sector,students and the UK economy.This report adds to the body of evidence that international students,who are typically here as temporary residents,bring significant financial,cultural,and intellectual value to the UKv

9、alue that continues long after they depart.These benefits drive local economies and support communities across the nations of the UK and we want this report to strengthen that message from the sector to government,including all local MPs.Improved career outcomes is one of the leading factors influen

10、cing the decision to study overseas.A UK degree remains a gold standard qualification,but it is vital that UK universities look to the future and evolve their curricula and career services to keep pace with the needs of workplaces and employers of the future.While it is pleasing to see that the qual

11、ity of our higher education sector remains the key driver of our success,and that international students continue to feel welcome in the UK,it is clear that we need to do more to support international students particularly when it comes to career advice and support.This is especially important with

12、uncertainty looming over the UK governments commitment to the Graduate route visa and supporting international students to remain in the UK after their studies.We know that the ability to stay and work after graduating is an important factor to lots of international students,so we need to ensure we

13、deliver on that aspiration and support those who give so much to the UK and our sector.The findings of this report could therefore not be more timely.My thanks go to QS,and to our members,for supporting us with this important research.I hope it will help ensure the UK continues to build on our succe

14、sses and thrive as a welcoming study destination for international students for many more years to come.International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 202445Executive summaryAs shifts in policy and perception influence how international students view the UK as a study destinatio

15、n,pressure will emerge for universities to communicate their impact on employability more effectively against increasingly fierce global competition.The gap between the big four recruiting markets of the US,Canada,Australia and the UK has closed from over 400,000 to less than 250,000 students since

16、2017-2018(HESA;OpenDoors;Erudera;Office for Immigration).Furthermore,the field is widening with universities in Europe,China,India and the Middle East improving their research quality and setting their sights on growing international student numbers.There are also more existential threats from onlin

17、e and alternative education providers.The UK boasts a variety of powerfully prestigious and historic destinations.It is home to two of the worlds top three universities and 17 of the worlds top 100(QS World University Rankings 2024).London is also the worlds best student city (QS Best Student Cities

18、 2024).International students now have more choices than ever and new tools and technologies at their fingertips to understand how a university can successfully prepare them for a rewarding career.UUKi and QS have collaborated to gather and analyse data from more than 10,000 international students w

19、ho graduated from 37 UK universities over the past six years.This study also incorporates valuable insights from British Council2 and National Indian Students and Alumni Union UK(NISAU)3 alumni,significantly enhancing the diversity and comprehensiveness of the perspectives collected.The outcomes rev

20、eal deep insight for individual institutions,which has been shared with them directly,but this report unveils detail on a range of important universal themes,from which five key learnings stand out.International Graduate Outcomes 20247International Graduate Outcomes 20246Key learnings Students are d

21、rawn to the UK by high quality universities Graduates support key sectors of the UK economy Universities need to improve career support for international students Graduates continue to support the UK on returning home The Graduate route visa enables students to continue to contribute to the UK econo

22、my 59%of respondents chose to study in the UK because of the perceived quality of the study experience.The credentials and appeal of UK universities collectively remain undiminished.The majority of respondents report that the reality lives up to the expectation.60%of respondents still living in the

23、UK surveyed work in small-to medium-sized organisations with the highest percentage employed in healthcare and education.The data shows that international graduates are choosing to work in sectors where skills and capacity gaps are widely and persistently reported6 7 8.53%of respondents identified c

24、areer support and placements as an area their university could improve on.Whilst international graduates have been able to leverage the prestige of credentials from the UKs institutions,the practical support they received was widely reported as an area for improvement.For 71%of respondents,studying

25、at a UK university means they feel a close connection with the UK and 57%say theyre more likely to do business with the UK because of their degree.Of the large number of graduates surveyed who had returned home,most have done so having formed a deep connection with the UK and with a huge potential o

26、f contributing to UK prosperity for generations to come.72%of those on the Graduate route visa were satisfied with their job role and benefits,compared to 62%on other visas.A study from UUKi,HEPI and partners4 last year revealed that just one cohort of international students contribute 37.4 billion

27、to the UK economy before they graduate.Insight here reinforces HEPIs recent report5,illustrating that the Graduate route visa provides a means for their economic contribution to continue after graduation.14253Improving career support service offerings Collaborating with employers to ensure skills ar

28、e embedded in the curriculum Working with the government to realise the benefits of the Graduate route visa Leveraging alumni communitiesChampioning the diversity of student and faculty communitiesTo support international students in their early career journey both in the UK,and in other countries.T

29、o ensure that universities are developing the capabilities that the UK and their origin economies most need to support forward progress and prosperity.To ensure that it helps the UK to remain competitive in the global market for talent,in light of the recent independent review from the Migration Adv

30、isory Committee.To share their stories with future students and support them in their aspirations to become lifelong partners to the UK.To enhance the role institutions play as knowledge-sharing,multi-cultural microcosms of the complex world we inhabit.Data from reports like this corroborates the in

31、spiring stories emerging from these communities every day.Beyond the impact of recent and imminent UK policy upheaval,there is much for British universities to learn and do based on these findings.We provide important recommendations that institutions can immediately action,at the end of this report

32、,including:Executive summaryExecutive summary International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 202489Who completed the survey?How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?How do international graduates engage with university career services?What is the im

33、pact of the Graduate route visa?What jobs have international graduates achieved?How do international graduates influence global perceptions of the UK?References Recommendations Contents 1013253745576263International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20241011Who completed the surv

34、ey?The International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024 was hosted,managed and administered by QS with support from UUKi to recruit partner institutions into the project.It ran from 5 February to 18 March 2024.Survey demographics10,500+37 The number of respondents was 10,513 with 196 countries/territorie

35、s represented.Students graduating from 2019 to 2024,surveyed through 37 partner higher education institutions,the British Council and NISAU.Study level2.1%2.1%2%2.5%2.2%7%5%2.5%9%12%PakistanItalyGermanyUSAChina(Mainland)MalaysiaChina(Hong Kong SAR)CanadaNigeriaIndia3.4%3.1%2.8%3.6%3.5%5.5%5.3%4.6%6%

36、17%Biological sciencePsychologyEducationArtFinanceMechanical engineeringMarketingLawComputingBusinessTop 10 subjects studiedTop 10 nationalitiesSource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Study levelThe report represents a broad geography and r

37、ange of institutions across the UK.*National percentage represents respondents from the British Council and NISAU32%Undergraduate 54%Postgraduate(taught)16%Postgraduate(research)18%London18%Midlands5%Scotland5%National*8%Wales23%North23%SouthInternational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate

38、 Outcomes 20241213 How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 2024141560%59%51%Key findings 59%of respondents say they chose to study in the UK because of the quality of the universities.When asked which

39、area of their university was performing well,51%of respondents said the high quality of teaching.Over 60%described their UK university as very good or excellent for friendliness(63%),diversity(60%)and tolerance/inclusion(60%).How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?Stu

40、dents choose to study in the UK due to the high quality and strong reputation of UK universities“The UK was extremely welcoming and demonstrated a tolerance which made me feel at ease in its diverse environment.”A postgraduate data science graduate from India (International Graduate Outcomes Survey

41、2024)How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?The credentials and appeal of UK universities remain important to international studentsThe quality of institutions was the most common reason that respondents chose to study in the UK,followed by the appeal of the culture/l

42、ifestyle and the perception that the UK is welcoming to international students.This aligns closely with the findings from the QS International Student Survey 20239,which asked 62,000 prospective students interested in the UK what factors were most important to them when choosing a country to study i

43、n suggesting that UK universities are delivering on what matters most to international students.Source:QS International Student Survey 2023Prospective students:What are the most important factors when choosing a country to study in?57%52%48%47%46%It offers high-quality teachingIt has a good reputati

44、on as a place to studyThe culture/lifestyle appeals to meIt is welcoming to international studentsIt has well-ranked universitiesSource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Graduates:Which of these are the reasons you chose to study in the UK?59%36%33%31%24%The quality of universitiesThe UK is

45、 welcoming to international studentsThe opportunity toimprove my language skillsThe culture/lifestyle appealed to meThe opportunity to work in the UK after graduatingInternational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20241617Respondents in all but one of the countrys top 10 source m

46、arkets see quality as the key driver when choosing to study in the UK further testament to the strong reputation of UK universities around the world.However,there is diversity in secondary drivers across these source markets.For respondents from China and Europe,the opportunity to improve language s

47、kills was a significant factor in their decision to study in the UK.Whilst for respondents from India,Nigeria and Pakistan,the perception that the UK was a welcoming destination for students played a greater role in their decision-making.In the US,the comparatively cheaper international tuition fees

48、 in the UK were a primary reason for their choice to study in the UK.Respondents from Russell Group universities also seem to be driven by a broader range of factors the quality of universities,an appealing culture and lifestyle,and knowing friends or family in the UK all play significantly greater

49、roles in their decision-making compared to non-Russell Group respondents.How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?Quality is a driver for top source marketsIn fact,high-quality teaching was the most widely selected answer by all respondents ahead of student support,rese

50、arch,extra-curricular activities and networking opportunities (amongst others).This reiterates that teaching is viewed as one of the best things about students university experiences.When researching where to study,65%of prospective international students say that high-quality teaching is the most i

51、mportant factor when choosing a course,a country and university(QS International Student Survey 2023).65%How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?71%50%59%56%71%47%ChinaFrance63%44%45%50%65%45%IndiaItaly74%41%43%44%65%42%MalaysiaNigeriaThe quality of universitiesThe UK

52、is welcoming to international studentsThe opportunity to improve my language skillsThe culture/lifestyle appealed to meThe opportunity to work in the UK after graduatingIt has an affordable cost of studyingWhy did you choose to study in the UK?57%48%48%50%66%46%GermanyHong Kong(SAR)Pakistan59%43%53%

53、44%55%49%UnitedStatesInternational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20241819The reputation of a university is a key factor for international students looking to study in the UK,more so than the rest of the big fourUK institutions must focus on maintaining and enhancing their rep

54、utation as a good place to study,to maintain this key competitive advantage.Source:QS International Student Survey 2023High-quality teachingUKWelcoming to international studentsGood reputation as a place to study1Country23Welcoming to international studentsCanadaHigh-quality teachingI can get a visa

55、 to work after graduatingWelcoming to international studentsAustraliaHigh-quality teachingThe culture/lifestyle appeals to meHigh-quality teachingUSWelcoming to international studentsThe culture/lifestyle appeals to meWhat matters most when choosing a country?How do international graduates feel abou

56、t their experience of UK study?Graduates praise UK universities for teaching staff and student support The data shows that students expectations are being met,as respondents from across the world praise teaching staff and student support as the top areas their university performed well in.How do int

57、ernational graduates feel about their experience of UK study?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024The top areas respondents said their institution performed well inTeachingNetworking opportunitiesResearchOnboarding experienceInternship and experiential learningStudent supportExtra-curri

58、cular activitiesValue for moneyCareer support and placements123456789International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 2024202179%of respondents are satisfied with their universitys learning resources 78%felt satisfied with the teaching staff and 77%said that teaching staff made th

59、em feel welcomed.The UK performs well internationally in attracting teaching and research staff from across the globe.89 out of the 90 UK universities which feature in the QS World University Rankings 202410 are in the top 500 in the world for International Faculty Ratio the ratio of international s

60、taff to overall staff.The UK is stronger in recruiting international faculty than Canada and the United States,and very close to the average in Australia.UK universities offer a diverse and inclusive learning environment UK campuses have a greater ratio of international students to home students tha

61、n any other country in the world,boasting 21 of the worlds top 50 institutions for the International Student Ratio indicator in the QS World University Rankings 2024.Countries/territories with two or more institutions in the worlds top 50 for International Student RatioSource:QS World University Ran

62、kings 20242177222UKUnited Arab EmiratesHong Kong(SAR)SwitzerlandAustraliaMacau(SAR)How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?%of respondents that selected very good or excellent60%60%63%FriendlinessDiversityTolerance/InclusionDiversity and inclusion are key components of

63、 the UK university experience When asked to rate their university experience,the majority of respondents selected very good or excellent for friendliness,diversity and tolerance/inclusion.Many of those in the UKs international higher education sector have passionately championed the#WeAreInternation

64、al11 campaign relaunched in 2023 by UUKi,UKCISA,BUILA,London Higher,British Council and partners across the sector to reassure international students that they are welcome on campuses and in cities across the UK.The findings show that the message of openness,diversity and inclusion is met by the rea

65、lity on campus,with the majority of respondents reporting high satisfaction with these aspects of their UK study experience.Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Gradu

66、ate Outcomes 20242223Ensuring international alumni continue to feel connected to the UK and your university after graduation helps build positive sentiment via word-of-mouth 31%of prospective students interested in UK study rated family and friends as useful sources of information when researching w

67、here to study(QS International Student Survey 2023).Nearly three quarters of respondents say the likelihood of recommending their university to friends or family is 7 or higher,on a scale of 0-1038%of respondents are such passionate promoters and advocates of their study experience that they said th

68、e likelihood of recommending their university to a friend or family member is highly likely(9 or 10).That figure rises to 57%for 8 or above.It is the postgraduate experience driving the most positive sentiment,especially when it comes to satisfaction with learning resources,support from their univer

69、sity and feeling welcome.42%of respondents from postgraduate courses rated the likelihood of recommending their university at 9 or 10,compared to 35%of those who studied undergraduate degrees.25%of those from postgraduate courses rated their chances of recommending their university at 0 to 6 out of

70、10 compared to 30%of undergraduate students.“My aunt is an alumna and she convinced me to choose the school after Id shortlisted from schools across various countries.”A postgraduate business and management graduate from Myanmar (International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024)How do international gradu

71、ates feel about their experience of UK study?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 20240-38%4-619%7-835%9-1038%0=Highly unlikely 10=Highly likelyUndergraduatePostgraduate35%42%Highly likely to recommend their university:rated 9 or 10 out of 1

72、0How likely are you to recommend your university to a friend or family member?How do international graduates feel about their experience of UK study?International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20242425 How do international graduates engage with university career services?Inte

73、rnational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20242627How do international graduates engage with university career services?Universities need to improve career support for international students Key findings 53%of respondents identified career support and placements as an area thei

74、r university could improve on.Only 21%of respondents say they used their universitys career support service to help them find a job after graduation.Only 3%of those in work found a job through their university career support services.3%53%21%How do international graduates engage with university care

75、er services?Gaining the experience and skills to succeed in their chosen career is the driver for many international students to study abroad58%of prospective UK students say that career outcomes is the most important factor when choosing a university(QS International Student Survey 2023).The decisi

76、on to study overseas is a very significant investment and students,parents,families,sponsors and employers have their own expectations of what value for money and return on investment looks like and how quickly it should materialise.The findings show that most respondents have stronger career prospe

77、cts as a result of their UK study experience.However,when asked what their university could do to improve,it was support to find a job that respondents identified most(53%),followed by internships and experiential learning.Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024The top areas respondents b

78、elieve their institution could improve onCareer support and placementsStudent supportNetworking opportunitiesExtra-curricular activitiesTeachingInternships and experiential learningValue for moneyResearchThe onboarding experience123456789“I was uncertain about uprooting my career and moving abroad,b

79、ut I was keen to explore a research field that was burgeoning in the UK and gain support to be at the forefront of innovation.”A postgraduate biological sciences graduate from Latvia (International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024)International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 2024

80、2829Source:QS World University Rankings 2024Average Employment Outcomes score(out of 100)How do international graduates engage with university career services?There is a strong need for clarity in what career services can offerThere is a gap in the expectation vs reality of what UK universities deli

81、ver on career support and it is evidenced at a macro level,with UK universities scoring an average of 22 out of 100 for Employment Outcomes(QS World University Rankings 2024)lower than Australia(26),Canada(34)and the United States(28).There is evidence in the data to suggest that those who remain in

82、 the UK after graduation gain slightly more from career services such as one-to-one meetings with career advisors and job interview preparation.Those leaving the UK dont have the same awareness and could benefit from more targeted messaging.Those returning to their home country are more likely to wa

83、nt support with internship and experiential learning experiences than direct career support.Respondents from every major source market told the same story:A UK degree enables greater career prospects but universities could do more to improve on career support,placements,internships and experiential

84、learning.Networking opportunities,value for money and student support were also among respondents recommended areas for improvement.The international graduates surveyed feel that UK universities can do more to help them to find a job,and improving employability outcomes and support should be a key s

85、trategic focus.When international students are clear on what their career service can offer,they can benefit hugely.How do international graduates engage with university career services?“Networking was the most valuable lesson I learned while studying in the UK.I took on a role as an intern at a pub

86、lishing house during my studies and it was one of the most precious experiences.I made friends and gained skills to help me in my career.”Fulya Masters in comparative literature Kings College London From Taiwan“We had a module which required students to take up the role of a marketing manager and ma

87、ke business decisions over the course of an academic semester to experience how they would affect a real-world business and generate reports about our course of action.This immersive experience trains students to be vigilant of minute decisions which otherwise might get overlooked in a theoretical s

88、etting.”Keshala Masters in Marketing Coventry University From Sri LankaUK22%Australia26%USA28%Canada34%International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20243031Source market breakdown*How do international graduates engage with university career services?How do international gradua

89、tes engage with university career services?*Top 10 source markets for UK universities according to HESA data 2019-2022*Top 10 source markets for UK universities according to HESA data 2019-2022Top three things your institution could improve on ChinaPakistanUnited StatesIndiaNigeriaInternships and ex

90、periential learningCareer support and placementsValue for moneyCareer support and placementsInternships and experiential learningNetworking opportunitiesCareer support and placementsInternships and experiential learningStudent support/Networking opportunitiesCareer support and placementsInternships

91、and experiential learningNetworking opportunitiesCareer support and placementsInternships and experiential learningNetworking opportunitiesCountryCountry112233GermanyFranceMalaysiaHong Kong(SAR)ItalyInternships and experiential learningValue for moneyCareer support and placementsCareer support and p

92、lacementsValue for moneyNetworking opportunitiesInternships and experiential learningCareer support and placementsValue for moneyCareer support and placementsInternships and experiential learningNetworking opportunitiesCareer support and placementsInternships and experiential learningValue for money

93、International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20243233The majority of respondents didnt use university career services to support their job searchThat is not to say there isnt excellent work and best practice being undertaken by career services and teams across UK universities

94、who support positive graduate outcomes.But it is clear that university career services are not currently how most international students are finding jobs.Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024How did you find your first job after graduating?21%18%16%12%8%8%6%4%3%2%Employers websiteSocial

95、 media/networking sitesI havent worked since graduatingWorked on placement/internship there University career support servicePersonal contactsOtherRecruitment agencySpeculative applicationPrint mediaHow do international graduates engage with university career services?The aspect of career support se

96、rvices which international students engage with most is the opportunity for a review of their CV or personal statement(60%).How do international graduates engage with university career services?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Which of the following career support services did you u

97、se?60%55%37%30%22%21%4%CV/Personal statement reviewsOne-to-one meeting with career advisorsMock interviews/interview preparationOtherCareer services websiteCareer-related talksGeneral helpdesk/FAQsInternational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20243435“The most popular service r

98、equested is for information on part-time jobs.Fortunately,we have an on-campus recruitment partner who addresses that need.”How do international graduates engage with university career services?Patricia Stevenson Senior Professional Placement ManagerTell us about one of the initiatives you offer to

99、provide career support to international students.“For the academic year 2023/2024,we launched our International Students Peer Mentoring Scheme specifically to match final year and incoming international students.The scheme provides essential peer support in relation to careers and navigating the UK.

100、We provide training to those acting as mentors,which is a core employability asset,whilst also providing much-needed support and insight to new students.The programme runs once per term in line with the large international intakes.What are the most popular career services with international students

101、 at UEL?“The most popular service requested,from a career perspective,is information on part-time jobs.Fortunately,we have an on-campus recruitment partner who addresses that need.Thats followed by requests for information on placements,which feeds into students desire to develop work-related skills

102、 and competences,and the third ranked request is for a CV review.”Do your students have access to platforms/databases to apply for jobs and internships in the UK and overseas(including in their home country)?“UEL has invested in a platform that supports students to source work or placement opportuni

103、ties globally with access to more than 16 million jobs and internships.We also use Forage,a virtual work experience platform,along with an experiential learning platform that allows students to participate in real-world projects from global contributors.And last but not least,we have our Career Zone

104、 platform that enables students to source placement,internship and job opportunities in the UK and abroad.”Career support at the University of East London(UEL)How do international graduates engage with university career services?International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 202

105、43637How do international graduates engage with university career services?What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?International Graduate Outcomes 202439International Graduates Outcomes Report 202438What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?The Graduate route visa enables students to conti

106、nue to contribute to the UK economy“The availability of the Graduate visa helped me gain professional experience and made me choose the UK for my education.”A postgraduate engineering student from Nepal (International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024)Since 2021,35%of respondents who remained in the cou

107、ntry after graduating used the Graduate route visa.73%of those who stayed in the UK via the Graduate route visa were satisfied that it met their expectations.72%of those on the Graduate route visa were satisfied with their job role and benefits,compared to 62%on other visas.Key findings72%35%73%What

108、 is the impact of the Graduate route visa?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024The Graduate route visa has delivered a net economic contribution to the UK economy of more than 62 billion In July 2021,the much-anticipated Graduate route visa was launched.UUKi modelling in March 202412 su

109、ggested that this has played a very significant role in making the UK a more attractive study destination,which has helped contribute to an estimated 632,000 additional international enrolments.The proportion of respondents who have remained in the UK using the Graduate route visa has more than doub

110、led since 202121%32%42%47%2021202220232024International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20244041What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?Students who remain in the UK on the Graduate route visa are more likely to be satisfied with their careers In fact,72%of those on the G

111、raduate route visa are satisfied with their current job role and responsibilities,and the prestige of the organisation they work for,building the UKs reputation for strong employability outcomes.The findings show that the Graduate route visa has enabled students to achieve their career objectives wh

112、ile also establishing and nurturing positive relationships with UK employers,supporting the competitiveness of the UK in the global economy.Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Post-study movements of international graduates in UKWhat is the impact of the Graduate route visa?Nearly two-

113、fifths of respondents returned home immediately after graduating International graduates place a high value on the standard of UK education and the opportunity to gain work experience in the UK.As such,it is no surprise that 50%of respondents surveyed were still living in the UK,though a sizeable pr

114、oportion returned home immediately after their studies.75%said they wanted to remain in the UK temporarily and 25%had ambitions to remain permanently.15%said graduate salaries in the UK were higher than in their home country.Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024(respondents could select

115、 multiple reasons)What were your reasons for remaining in the UK?The most common incentive for remaining in the UK was to gain work experience 50%39%11%Still in the UKReturned home immediatelyRemained in UK temporarily48%26%25%15%13%I wanted to get somework experience in the UKI wanted to remain per

116、manently in the UKOtherI only wanted to remain temporarilyGraduate salaries are higher in the UK than in my home countrySource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Career satisfaction is higher among those on the Graduate route visa 72%62%72%60%63%60%69%57%54%53%Job role and responsibilitiesPr

117、estige of organisationJob securityWork/life balanceSalary and benefitsGraduate route visaOther visaInternational Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20244243“We have introduced a workshop on the Graduate route visa which helps international students explore and understand their opt

118、ions.”What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?Career support at the University of WestminsterTracey Wells Careers and Employability Service ManagerTell us about some of the initiatives you offer to provide career support to international students.“

119、We provide career-and job-hunting-related specialist resources as well as Virtual Skills Academy workshops and talks targeted at international students to enable them to research and apply for career opportunities,both in the UK and in their home country.These are specifically tailored to their need

120、s covering topics such as visa options,international job hunting and searching for part-time jobs.One of our Careers Consultants participates in offer-holder and welcome events for international students to ensure they access career support as early as possible,supporting their transition to the UK.

121、“International students at postgraduate level can also participate in pre-arrival online employability activities.Undergraduate and postgraduate international students also have access to all the wide-ranging support that is available for all Westminster students,including individual career advice a

122、nd guidance for up to three years after graduation,access to job and internship opportunities,skills development workshops,and a range of events enabling students to meet employers.“The University also holds a series of inspiring talks where alumni come to the University to advise current students o

123、n many aspects of careers and employability.”Are there ways in which you have adapted your career support services since the introduction of the Graduate visa route?“Working with an external partner,we have introduced a UK Career Ready platform which students can access before they start their studi

124、es.This enables them to prepare for the UK job market,whether they are looking for a part-time job,or graduate roles with early deadlines.We have also introduced a workshop on the Graduate route visa which helps international students explore and understand their options.”International Graduate Outc

125、omes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20244445What is the impact of the Graduate route visa?What jobs have international graduates achieved?International Graduate Outcomes 202447International Graduates Outcomes Report 202446What jobs have international graduates achieved?Graduates support key sec

126、tors of the UK and global economies78%of respondents who remained in the UK after graduating found work straight away significantly higher compared to those who returned home at 61%.43%of respondents remained in the UK and began full-time,part-time or temporary employment.69%of respondents found wor

127、k straight away after graduating this was slightly lower for undergraduates at 60%.51%of respondents work in small-to medium-sized organisations with the highest percentage employed in healthcare and education.This percentage increases to 60%for those working in the UK.Key findings69%51%43%78%What j

128、obs have international graduates achieved?International graduates generally find work quickly after graduating and respondents are mostly satisfied with their jobsIt is encouraging that graduates from different countries find roles in a diverse range of sectors,types of organisation and sizes of org

129、anisation.Education and healthcare are the top two industries that respondents chose to work in,two sectors which are vital to UK and other global economies.Top industriesSource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 20243.5%2.9%3.6%5.2%4.7%4.6%6%7%Retail/WholesaleLawGovernment/Public sectorConsulti

130、ng/Professional servicesHealth/MedicalMedia/AdvertisingEngineeringTechnologyFinanceEducation10%13%International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20244849What jobs have international graduates achieved?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024What kind of organisation do

131、 you work for?52%29%11%2%5%Private businessNon-government organisation(NGO)Government/Public sector organisationMy ownbusinessOtherSource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024How many people are employed by the company you work for?14%18%21%18%30%1-1051-25011-50251-2,500More than 2,500What job

132、s have international graduates achieved?“I wanted to take my new international experience back to Japan where I could bring all my newfound knowledge and perspectives to my home city.The knowledge and skills I gained from studying in the UK are useful in business consultancy,to formulate business st

133、rategies which need to consider geopolitical risks.Having improved my English language skills while studying in the UK,Im in a better position to liaise with clients around the world and to work with international businesspeople in Japan.”Mari Masters in International Relations Kings College London

134、From Japan78%of those who remained in the UK after graduating found work straight away Over half of respondents work for a private business,followed by 29%in a government or public sector organisation.Just 2%of respondents have started their own business.The size of organisations varies greatly,with

135、 a steady split between those that work in small organisations of 1-10 staff members(14%),to those in larger companies of 251-2500 members(18%).The largest segment of respondents work in companies of more than 2,500 people(30%).International Graduate Outcomes 202450What jobs have international gradu

136、ates achieved?Those on the Graduate route visa and still in the UK earn less on average than those on other visas There are also indications that those who remain in the UK after graduating are earning more than their counterparts who return home those who remain earn on average 35,600,compared to o

137、nly 31,100 for those who return home.This is understandable given the Graduate route is intended as a means to support those early on in their careers to look for work,rather than those moving straight into a job post-graduation.Those who have job offers,and which meet the salary threshold,would be

138、more likely to opt for a Skilled Worker visa,over the Graduate route.The data is further testament to the importance of the Graduate route visa in engaging employers in international education,as it appears that,despite earning less,those on the GRV are still more satisfied with their employer perfo

139、rmance across a range of aspects.There are also significant variations in earnings depending on which sector graduates are employed in.Real Estate,Security,and Technology have the highest paid graduates,with respondents in Telecoms,Hospitality and Retail on the lowest salaries.29,20036,90033,300Aver

140、age salary with GRVAverage salary without GRVAverage salary of a postgraduate international graduateInternational Graduates Outcomes Report 202451What jobs have international graduates achieved?Perhaps surprisingly,there is very little variation across different study levels in terms of the earning

141、potential of graduates.For undergraduates,the average salary was 31,600,compared to a comparatively modest 33,300 for postgraduates.Highest salary by sector(GBP)Lowest salary by sector(GBP)Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 202441,00039,40

142、038,20038,10038,000Real EstateTechnologyFinanceDefence/Security/RescuePharma/Biotech31,90031,20028,20024,40023,700Health/MedicalTelecomsHospitality/Travel/TourismEducationRetail/WholesaleSource:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outc

143、omes 20245253There is considerable variation among the career experiences of international graduates from different countries Respondents from China,India,Hong Kong(SAR)and Europe tend to work in larger companies,whereas graduates from smaller markets are more likely to work in mid-sized companies,l

144、ike Colombia(40%working in companies of 51-250 employees),Nepal(33%working in companies of 51-250 employees),and Myanmar(38%in companies of 51-250 employees).What jobs have international graduates achieved?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024Typical graduate job role by countryIndia Co

145、mpany sizeMore than 2,500 employees (35%)Type of organisation Private business (68%)IndustryHealth/Medical (11%)Satisfaction with opportunities for career progression 64%Satisfaction with job role and responsibilities 77%Satisfaction with salary and benefits 62%ChinaCompany sizeMore than 2,500 emplo

146、yees (45%)Type of organisationPrivate business (54%)IndustryFinance (18%)Satisfaction with opportunities for career progression 65%Satisfaction with job role and responsibilities 72%Satisfaction with salary and benefits 61%What jobs have international graduates achieved?NigeriaCompany sizeMore than

147、2,500 employees (33%)Type of organisationPrivate business (49%)IndustryHealth/Medical (39%)Satisfaction with opportunities for career progression 59%Satisfaction with job role and responsibilities 71%Satisfaction with salary and benefits 52%MalaysiaCompany sizeMore than 2,500 employees (36%)Type of

148、organisationPrivate business (72%)IndustryEngineering,Education (11%)Satisfaction with opportunities for career progression 59%Satisfaction with job role and responsibilities 76%Satisfaction with salary and benefits 54%International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20245455What

149、jobs have international graduates achieved?“We deliver specialised sessions and resources aimed at helping international students understand the UK labour market and guiding them on effective job searching strategies.”What jobs have international graduates achieved?Career support at the University o

150、f East Anglia(UEA)Evan Hancock Associate Director of Graduate Success(Careers Service)Tell us about some of the initiatives you offer to provide career support to international students.“Our Connect with Careers:International initiative delivers specialised sessions and resources aimed at helping in

151、ternational students understand the UK labour market and guiding them on effective job searching strategies.We also focus on equipping them with the skills needed to excel in networking,both in person and on platforms such as LinkedIn.Specifically,we also give practical advice on the timings of Grad

152、uate Scheme recruitment,understanding UK cultural nuances and recruitment practices particularly with employers focusing on evidence and example-based skills and ensure our international students feel confident presenting themselves in application and interview.”What are the most popular services wi

153、th international students at your institution?“From a career service point of view,international students frequently favour one-on-one appointments with a professional adviser,participating in mock interviews and opportunities to connect with potential employers at events.Additionally,they have a st

154、rong interest in workshops focused on CV support,particularly understanding the differences between UK CVs and their home countries.International students actively use our part-time job vacancies search as well as attending events that are tailored to student work opportunities.Its something that we

155、ve seen an increase in across our service from international students looking at gaining employment and skills whilst they study.”International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20245657How do international graduates influence global perceptions of the UK?International Graduate O

156、utcomes 202459International Graduates Outcomes Report 202458How do international graduates influence global perceptions of the UK?Graduates support key sectors of the UK and global economies71%of respondents feel a close connection with the UK.57%of respondents are more likely to do business with th

157、e UK because of their degree.59%are more likely to do business internationally.Key findings“My learning experience in the UK has made me more ambitious to create a new business here.Id like to help others in the UK,and really achieve something for both me and them.”Siri an MBA student from India57%5

158、9%71%How do international graduates influence global perceptions of the UK?International graduates are powerful ambassadors for UK higher education There is no doubt that international graduates are a major contributor to the UKs reputation and soft power influence.Many respondents feel they have fa

159、r stronger prospects as a result of their UK degree and are satisfied with their salary and potential for career progression.Those that remained in the UK on the Graduate route visa are more likely to feel a connection to the UK(73%)and do business with the UK(59%)than those who remained in the UK o

160、n other visas.Number of respondents who agree or strongly agree“I feel a connection with the UK”On Graduate visa route On other visas Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024 73%65%International Graduate Outcomes 2024International Graduate Outcomes 20246061How do international graduates in

161、fluence global perceptions of the UK?More work is needed to support international graduates from all countries to feel that their UK degree is enabling their career potential There is some disconnect between perceptions of the UK brand among established,larger markets and newer or smaller ones.Respo

162、ndents from Germany(88%)and the US(83%)most consistently feel a connection with the UK,but as the leading origins for international students,it is encouraging to see China(75%)and India(74%)amongst the top five.UK universities must ensure that international students are aware of the wealth of career

163、 support services on offer,particularly focusing on the career benefits of a UK degree.How do international graduates influence global perceptions of the UK?Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024To what extent do you think your studies in the UK influenced your ability to get your curren

164、t job,on a scale of 0-10?Almost two-thirds said that studying in the UK had a significant influence on their ability to get their current job 61%of respondents think that studying in the UK had a significant influence(rating 7 or above for satisfaction)on their ability to get their current job.The p

165、icture is slightly more positive in STEM areas with respondents from degrees in energy(72%),engineering(70%)and technology(68%).0=No influence 10=Extremely influential0-317%4-622%7-830%9-1031%Source:International Graduate Outcomes Survey 2024 using top ten UK source markets from HESA data 2019-2022W

166、hich graduates feel the strongest connection to the UK?88%83%78%75%75%74%70%70%68%67%GermanyPakistanIndiaMalaysiaItalyUSFranceChinaNigeriaHong Kong(SAR)International Graduate Outcomes 202462ConclusionReferenceshttps:/assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/media/6641e1fbbd01f5ed32793992/MAC+Rapid+Review+of

167、+Graduate+Route.pdf https:/www.britishcouncil.org/https:/www.nisau.org.uk/https:/www.hepi.ac.uk/2023/05/16/international-students-boost-uk-economy-by-41-9-billion/https:/www.hepi.ac.uk/2024/05/07/new-research-reveals-the-benefits-of-the-graduate-route-visa/https:/assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/med

168、ia/65eed7215b6524100bf21a76/SME_skills_horizon_2024.pdf https:/www.nfer.ac.uk/press-releases/teacher-recruitment-and-retention-crisis-shows-no-signs-of-abating-new-report-reveals/https:/ https:/ https:/www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/what-we-do/creating-voice-our-members/campaigns/weareinternational https:

169、/www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/latest/news/graduate-visa-critically-important-uk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12International graduates clearly value their UK study experience,recognising that the high-quality learning experience opens doors for positive career outcomes and progression.Most international stud

170、ents find a job soon after graduating and are satisfied with their role and benefits.Whether or not students choose to stay in the UK to work,what matters most to them is the quality of educational provision and how it supports their career ambitions.Wherever they choose to work,international studen

171、ts feel that UK universities could improve their career support services and placement opportunities.The Graduate route visa has helped to strengthen positive connections between international students,employers and universities.Those who have remained in the UK through post-study work are most like

172、ly to work in education and healthcare and to work in SMEs,making a vital contribution to UK society and driving UK economic growth.Those who have studied in the UK feel a strong and positive connection to the country and are significantly more likely to do business with the UK,highlighting the valu

173、able soft power value that UK higher education contributes to the UKs economy and reputation.International Graduates Outcomes Report 202463Key recommendationsImprove career support service offeringsCollaborate with employers to ensure skills are embedded in the curriculumWork with the government to

174、realise the benefits of the Graduate route visaSupport international students in their early career journey,both in the UK and in their home countries.Raise awareness of the breadth of services and support offered by career service teams and help more international graduates benefit from the guidanc

175、e,training and advertised job roles available.Improving your employer engagement will help ensure your career support services are preparing students with the skills that employers value most,and will ensure that your university develops the capabilities that the global economy needs to support prog

176、ress and prosperity.The data shows that the Graduate route visa is an important factor in the UKs competitiveness as a study destination.Without a strong post-study work offer,UK universities,campuses and cities will attract fewer international students and UK campuses,cities,universities and the UK

177、 economy will be worse off in every sense.123Leverage alumni communitiesChampion the diversity of student and faculty communitiesShare their stories with future students and support them in their aspirations to become lifelong partners to the UK.Graduates from India and China are more likely to be a

178、dvocates for the UK than graduates from smaller markets.Universities should ensure theyre supporting alumni communities globally to nurture their connection to an institution,city and the UK.Ensure international students know that they are welcome in UK cities and on UK campuses.The ability to celeb

179、rate diversity and make international students feel welcome is a clear strength of the UK sector.45We thank our partners at the British Council,NISAU and the 37 partner institutions who supported this report.For more insights,perspectives and analysis on the latest developments in international higher education,visit UniversitiesUK.ac.uk/universities-uk-internationalQS.com

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