Futuretrack is a longitudinal survey exploring the relationship between higher education, employment and career planning.
Funded by HECSU and led by a team of researchers at the Warwick Institute for Employment Research, Futuretrack is tracking the cohort of students who applied to university through UCAS in 2005/06.
The project explores why students decide to apply to higher education, how they choose their institution and course, and why they think higher education is a good investment. It also examines their attitudes to money, university careers services, extracurricular activities and unpaid work, and explores graduates' post-university experience of employment.
Review some of the key Futuretrack findings by topic
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