Career monitoring reports

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University of Helsinki follows the careers of graduates.

Latest Career Monitoring Reports

Career monitoring 2019: University of Helsinki Career Monitoring Report
– Master’s Graduates of 2003–2014

The target group of this survey consisted of the master’s graduates of 2014 as well as those who completed a Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) degree or a Bachelor of Arts (Education) degree in kindergarten teacher education in 2014. The report also uses the results of previous career monitoring surveys (graduates of 2003–2014) to enable a temporal comparison.

Note! Faculty-specific reports below.

 

Doctors:

Career monitoring 2019: Career Monitoring Report – Doctoral Graduates of  2004–2016

The target group of the survey consisted of doctoral level graduates of 2016. The report also uses the results of previous career monitoring surveys (graduates of 2006–2015) to enable a temporal comparison.

Doctoral graduates' reasons for satisfaction with their degree in terms of their career

A summary of the open-ended responses provided by doctoral graduates gradated in 2014-16 at the University of Helsinki for the national career monitoring survey. Compiled by Riikka Sarasjärvi.

Career monitoring reports: University-wide

University of Helsinki monitors the placement of graduates with regular career placement reports. The monitoring takes place every year, five years after the completion of one’s degree for master’s degrees, and two to three years for doctoral degrees.

Master's level graduates and graduates of pharmacy and early childhood education
 

Career monitoring 2019: 

University of Helsinki Career Monitoring Report – Master’s Graduates of 2003–2014

The target group of this survey consisted of the master’s graduates of 2014 as well as those who completed a Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) degree or a Bachelor of Arts (Education) degree in kindergarten teacher education in 2014. The report also uses the results of previous career monitoring surveys (graduates of 2003–2014) to enable a temporal comparison.

 

Doctoral graduates

Career Monitoring Report – Doctoral Graduates of  2004–2016

The target group of the survey consisted of doctoral level graduates of 2016. The report also uses the results of previous career monitoring surveys (graduates of 2006–2015) to enable a temporal comparison.

 

Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Reports describing the Faculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences:

 

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine

Reports describing the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine:

 

Faculty of Pharmacy

Reports describing the Faculty of Pharmacy:

  • Career monitoring report 2019
  • The target group of this survey consisted of the master’s graduates of 2014 as well as those who completed a Bachelor of Science (Pharmacy) degree. The report also uses the results of previous career monitoring surveys (graduates of 2003–2014) to enable a temporal comparison.
  • Faculty of Pharmacy Career Monitoring Report – Graduates of 2003–2014

 

Faculty of Arts

Reports describing the Faculty of Arts:

Faculty of Educational Sciences

Reports describing the Faculty of Educational Sciences:

 

Faculty of Medicine

Reports describing the Faculty of Medicine:

 

Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry

Reports describing the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry:

 

Faculty of Science

Reports describing the Faculty of Science:

 

Faculty of Law

Reports describing the Faculty of Law:

Faculty of Theology

Reports describing the Faculty of Theology:

Faculty of Social Sciences

Reports describing the Faculty of Social Sciences:

 

Töissä.fi - what do graduates from higher education do?

On Töissä.fi website you'll find information about the working life of graduates from the Universities and the Universities of Applied Sciences.

Töissä.fi offers statistical information about jobs, professions, incomes and more. The site also has hundreds of stories written by professionals in many different fields, that give students idea about the working life: what kind of skills are needed, what kind of tasks typical workday is made of, how to apply jobs etc.

LinkedIn

LinkedIn offers a lot of information about graduates of the University of Helsinki. On the LinkedIn page of the University of Helsinki you’ll find more than 70,000 profiles of alumni and students.

You can look at profiles of alumni using either ready-made categories such as residence, employer, field of employment, studies, skills, or typing search words in the search field.

Privacy policy of career monitoring surveys

Privacy policy of career monitoring surveys.