The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education, or DHLE, is a survey carried out yearly by universities to find out what their alumni have gone on to do after graduating.
The survey looks at both employment circumstances and details of further study of university leavers. All of the information students provide to the University as part of the survey will be used anonymously. This information is then made available on the internet for future applicants and current students as it may be useful to see where their degrees have taken students in the past, and the types of opportunities available … Read the rest
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Monday 18 November will see SUSU host a special Inspiring Women evening. Taking place in The Bridge, from 6.30pm, the free event will feature drinks, canapés, a selection of talks and the chance to question some amazing women.
First to talk will be Tessa Harrison, Registrar, University of Southampton. Tessa’s role sees her provide leadership to seven professional services at the university. These feature everything from Communications & Marketing to Student Services. Since starting a career in Higher Education in 1989, Tessa’s career has also seen her lead a number of cross–institutional projects including a substantial change programme to deliver … Read the rest
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This morning, SUSU was on BBC Breakfast discussing changes in Higher Education; and whilst the nation is talking about how students are treated, we’re giving you a chance to have your say as well. Click here to see the story, including interview with Union President, Sam Ling.
This Friday, 5th October (tomorrow), at 3pm in the Bridge Bar, Surge Radio will be relaunching its topical debating programme, The Key Debate.
The first edition will be on current issues in higher education, including tuition fees and place allocation, with a range of different views and personalities represented on the … Read the rest
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