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Doctoral Student Exit Survey

Recent MIT Doctoral Student Exit Surveys merge the Survey of Earned Doctorates with key AAUDE evaluation questions (e.g., program rating) and key Global Education and Career Development Center questions (e.g., employment and salary). In doing so, doctoral students now answer these questions once, rather than on three separate surveys. The survey asks graduating doctoral students about their experiences at MIT, financial support and debt, activities while in graduate school, plans after graduation, and their job search.

Survey Instrument Response Results
2013 Doctoral Student Exit Survey Web Preview | Survey Instrument 76% Highlights & Overall Report
2012 Doctoral Student Exit Survey Web Preview 76% Highlights & Overall Report
2011 Doctoral Student Exit Survey Web Preview 77% Highlights & Overall Report
2010 Doctoral Student Exit Survey Web Preview 84% Overall Report
2009 Doctoral Student Exit Survey Web Preview 54% Overall Report
2005-2006 Graduate Student Exit Survey Survey Instrument   Trend Report by Highest Degree: 2005-06 & 2006-07

Recent Findings (2013 Doctoral Student Exit Survey)