The purpose of the Destination Survey is to gain a better understanding of:
- What recent McGill graduates are doing up to one year after graduation
- Their student experience at McGill
- Their experience with CaPS
- The job search strategies they used
2013 Destination Survey Results
In May 2014, the online, confidential, bilingual survey was sent to over 4900 graduates (3916 undergraduate and 978 masters) from the class of 2013.
The overall response rate was 12%. A total of 572 graduates (460 undergraduate and 122 masters) completed the survey between May and October 2014. The majority of respondents were female (58%) and originated from Canada (53%). All Faculties were represented.
This report summarizes the destinations of the undergraduate respondents: Destination Survey Results 2013
2012 Destination Survey Results
Over 2900 undergraduate and graduate (master level only) alumni, the majority of whom graduated in 2012, were invited via email to complete an anonymous online survey, available in both English and French in May and October of 2013.
The overall survey response rate was 12% or 350 responses. The majority of respondents were female alumni (71%), between 20 to 25 years old (78%), and living in Canada (71%). Alumni graduated from Humanities and Social Sciences (53%) and STEM+ (47%) academic disciplines. Alumni from the faculties of Engineering, Law, Management, Medicine and Dentistry were not included as separate surveys are conducted by their respective faculties.
To view the results of the survey, see Destination Survey Results 2012