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Master graduates from the School of Electrical Engineering satisfied with their degrees and careers

Next career monitoring survey starts on the 4th of October. All 2016 master's graduates and 2018 doctoral graduates will be invited to participate in the survey.
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Aarresaari, a career services network of Finnish universities, has conducted a survey on how 2015 master's graduates and 2017 doctoral graduates were employed. Responses were received from a total of 6830 people, of whom 788 were Aalto University graduates.

Graduates from Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering are satisfied with their degree and careers and are well employed in positions corresponding to their education. Almost all of the respondents would recommend their studies. In particular Employers are appreciated the degree in electrical engineering.

Career monitoring survey is conducted at all universities

The career monitoring survey is a research model that is developed by the Aarresaari network, a career services network of Finnish universities, and used for nationwide career monitoring of people with a higher education (master's or doctoral degree) after graduation.

Integration into working life is assessed from the perspective of the employment situation and the quality of employment, as well as the equivalence of work and degrees.

The next career monitoring survey will start on the 4th of October, 2021. All 2016 master's graduates and 2018 doctoral graduates will be invited to participate in the survey. The invitation to the survey will be sent by email, mail or sms. Thank you to all respondents!

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More information:

Riikka Heinonen
Manager, Career Services and Alumni Engagement
Aalto University Advancement and Corporate Engagement
[email protected]

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