The EUROGRADUATE survey will be the first study that allows for comparing working and living circumstances of higher education graduates in a large number of European countries.
With EUROGRADUATE, it is aimed at helping policy makers to monitor labour market integration, skill development, as well as trends of social inequality across European societies by providing research-based evidence on higher education graduates.
Results will be publicly available at the end of 2019.
EUROGRADUATE is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union. The study is carried out by a consortium of six European research institutes with substantial expertise in policy analysis and surveys. Data collection is carried out by DESAN, an independent research company located in Amsterdam.