Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand

This is where we keep you up-to-date with all the great research that’s being done with data from this study as well as what part of the process we are up to in the next round of surveys.

Wednesday July 2017 New evidence of personal and social benefits of university education for Māori and Pacific Peoples

Latest research from the National Centre for Lifecourse Research (NCLR) suggests that graduating from university may not only change the individual lives of Māori and Pacific Peoples, but also positively impact on their families, communities and society in general.

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Wednesday July 2016 First Follow-up Survey Report released

The First Follow-up Descriptive Report is now available, along with a Summary Report and the accompanying media release.

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Thursday November 2015 GLSNZ reveals profile of Māori university graduates

The Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand released findings this week revealing the profile of Māori graduates in New Zealand. Check out the links below for more information.

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Monday August 2014 Survey progress: 4 weeks to go

With 4 weeks left to go until the survey closes, just over 57% have completed the survey.

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Tuesday July 2014 Survey progress: 5 weeks to go

With 5 weeks left to go until the survey closes, just over 54% have completed the survey.

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Tuesday July 2014 Survey progress: How is your uni doing?

Study members have made a great start and just over 52% have now completed the survey.

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Thursday May 2014 Introducing Dr Moana Theodore

Dr Moana Theodore works as a researcher on the Graduate Longitudinal Study NZ looking at Māori university success and Māori futures. Click on the link below to find out more.

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Friday March 2014 First Follow-Up Survey is Live!

The first follow-up survey of the Graduate Longitudinal Study NZ is now live!

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Tuesday February 2014 Summary Article in Genius

Earlier last year, we presented some of the GLSNZ Baseline findings at the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) Graduate Employment Conference in Auckland.

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Friday February 2014 GLSNZ Mentions in the News

The contribution that all of our study members made by completing the 2011 Baseline survey has already had an impact. Take a look at where GLSNZ has been mentioned and who has been talking about the study by following the links below.

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Tuesday February 2014 Quick Facts: International Students

A very special thank you to all of the international students who filled in the GLSNZ Baseline survey in 2011.

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Tuesday February 2014 Quick Facts: Māori Students

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou.

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Tuesday February 2014 Quick Facts: Factors Contributing to Success at University

Understanding what difficulties students face and what encourages them to succeed can help improve university experiences for future students and strengthen the tertiary sector’s ability to support students to complete their chosen qualification.

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Tuesday February 2014 Quick Facts: Contributing to Society

In the 2011 GLSNZ Baseline survey, we asked you about the ways in which you contribute to your local communities, about being responsible citizens, and about your attitudes towards tolerance and altruism.

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Tuesday February 2014 Quick Facts: Pasifika Students

Talofa lava, Mālō e lelei, Kia orana, Talofa ni, Fakaalofa lahi atu, Ni sa bula and greetings to you all.

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Monday July 2012 International vs domestic PhD students: What's the difference?

Since the introduction of the “Domestic Fees for International PhDs” initiative, mapping the lifecourse trajectories of the international PhD graduates is of interest to the GLSNZ team and Ministry of Education. Every international PhD student in the country was invited to participate in the GLSNZ and this report focuses on the future plans and financial situations of international PhD

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Wednesday April 2012 Baseline Survey Report released

More than 8700 graduates completed the Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand last year. The Baseline Survey Report is now available, along with a Summary Report and the accompanying media release.

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Thursday December 2011 Closing Date for Survey

The GLSNZ survey will be officially closed at 11.59pm Friday 16th December, 2011.

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Tuesday December 2011 Progress graph as of 12 December

Only 4 days left to help your university increase its completion rate - don't miss out!

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Wednesday December 2011 Progress graph as of 5 December

Check out the latest completion stats for your university. The survey is drawing to a close in the near future but there is still time for you to help your university increase their completion rate. Go on, get involved.

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Monday November 2011 Progress graph as of 28 November

See how your university is progressing compared to the others. If you have been invited then represent your university, your study programme, your demographic and fill out the survey. There is still time to get behind your university and make their percentages increase!

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Tuesday November 2011 Progress graph as of 14 November

Check out how your university is progressing compared to the others. The numbers are steadily increasing now that most exams have finished. If you haven't done the survey yet, log-in and watch the numbers rise!

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Tuesday November 2011 Progress graph as of 7 November

Check out the latest completion stats for your university.

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Tuesday November 2011 Progress graph as of 31 October

See how your university is progressing compared to the others. If you have been invited then represent your university, your study programme, your demographic and fill out the survey. Get behind your university and make their percentages increase!

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Tuesday October 2011 Progress graph as of 25 October

Check out the latest completion stats for your university.

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Thursday October 2011 Progress graph as of 17 October

Check out how your university is progressing compared to the others. The numbers are steadily increasing - if you haven't done the survey yet, log-in and watch the numbers rise!

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Friday October 2011 Progress graph as of 11 October

Check out how your university is progressing compared to the others. If you have been invited and haven't done the survey then do it and watch your university's percentage rise!

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Tuesday September 2011 Progress Graph of GLSNZ survey completions by universities

We have mapped the progress of each university's rates of survey completion. Here you can see how your university is progressing compared to the others. Get behind your university and make their percentages increase! If you have been invited then represent your university, your study programme, your demographic and fill out the survey.

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Monday September 2011 World-first study underway at Victoria University

About 2000 final-year students at Victoria have been approached to take part in a world-first study of graduates.

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Monday September 2011 Otago students invited to take part in world-first study

About 2000 University of Otago final-year students have just been approached to take part in a world-first study of graduates.

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Wednesday September 2011 World-first survey under way at Massey University

About 2500 Massey University final-year students have been approached to take part in a world-first study of graduates.

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Wednesday September 2011 World-first survey launches at Waikato University

About 1300 final-year Waikato students will be approached to take part in a world-first survey of graduates this Sunday.

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Tuesday August 2011 World-first study underway at Lincoln University

More than 600 Lincoln University final-year students have been invited to take part in a world-first study of graduates.

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Monday August 2011 World-first study underway at University of Auckland

Some 3770 University of Auckland final-year students have been approached to take part in a world-first study of graduates.

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Wednesday June 2011 World-first survey determines what becomes of university graduates

A large-scale survey of New Zealand graduates – which aims to determine the ongoing impact of a university education on graduates’ lives – is being launched this year and is a world first in its scope.

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