Undergraduate Students: Alumni Survey
MIT Undergraduate alumni are surveyed on a range of topics years after graduating. The topics include their opinions on MIT and their education, their post-graduate career path, and graduate education.
|2005-2013 Trend Analysis||See Below||N/A||Highlights | Overall Results from cohorts ~10 years out|
|2013 Alumni Survey||Web Preview | PDF | Emails||36%||Highlights | Overall Results|
|2009 Alumni Survey||Web Preview | PDF | Emails||37%||Overall Results|
|2005 Alumni Survey||Web Preview | PDF | Emails||42%||Overall Results|
Recent Findings (2013 Undergraduate Alumni Survey)
- 75% of alumni respondents have enrolled in a graduate or professional degree program since graduating from MIT.
- 85% of alumni respondents are employed either full-time or part-time. An additional 4% are unemployed and seeking employment. The remainder reported being either on leave or unemployed and not seeking employment.
- 73% of alumni respondents have done volunteer work at least once in the past year.
- More than 80% of alumni respondents have visited the MIT campus in the past five years.
- Read more in the 2013 Highlights.