Undergraduate Senior Survey
Every two years, MIT administers a Senior Survey during the spring semester. All undergraduate seniors are invited to answer. The on-line survey asks students to describe their plans after college, to rate their satisfaction with various aspects of their education, to indicate how their abilities changed since enrolling at MIT, and how they financed their education.
|2016 Senior Survey||link on report cover page||64%||Full report (Tableau)|
|2014 Senior Survey||Web Preview||70%||Survey Highlights & Overall Results|
|2002-2012 Senior Survey Trends||2002-2012 Survey Highlights & Overall Results|
|2012 Senior Survey||Web Mockup||73%||Survey Highlights & Overall Results|
|2010 Senior Survey||70%||Overall Results|
|2008 Senior Survey||65%||Overall Results|
|Senior Survey Trend: 2002, 2004 & 2006||Overall Results|
|2006 Senior Survey||61%||Overall Results|
|2004 Senior Survey||61%||Overall Results|
|2002 Senior Survey||Overall Results|
Other Senior Surveys
The MIT Careers Office asks all graduating students to complete a survey at the end of the spring semester to learn about post graduation plans, including where MIT graduates work and pursue graduate study, salaries, and other career-related topics. The School of Engineering administers the EBI Engineering Exit Survey to all engineering seniors every two years to understand satisfaction with quality of instruction, coursework, advising, skill development, major design experience, course comparisons, and plans after graduation.