Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand

GLSNZ Mentions in the News

Friday 21st February 2014

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.

In the news and research:

Graduate employment: Exploring the value of higher education

Politicians, staff and students united against fee increases

Slashing fees and attracting foreign doctoral students

Value of uni education extends beyond income

The impact of work experience on subsequent career outcomes of New Zealand university graduates

NZUSA submission: 2013 review of retirement income policy

Growing New Zealand

Skills crisis: Government tells students to target skill shortages

Winter of discontent paralyses destitute Auckland students

New report shows Kiwi students under ‘severe financial stress’

The Graduate Longitudinal Study New Zealand at baseline

1 in 6 students in financial distress

Deteriorating economy and deepening austerity in New Zealand

Study shows 15% of students in "absolute financial distress"

Students facing severe hardship

Hundreds of tertiary students facing serious hardship

Initial results of world-first graduate survey released: University of Waikato

Initial results of world-first graduate survey released: Universities NZ

Survey of graduate tracking systems around the world

Otago students invited to take part in world-first study

NZ: World-first survey determines what becomes of graduates

What happens to our students?

Longitudinal study of graduates


Student Debt and Activism in New Zealand

The 12 blogs of Christmas - #8

By the numbers

Why Students Can’t Pay More

Graduate Longitudinal Study Questions

Graduates and drinking

Interesting facts about longitudinal sociological research

A longitudinal study of graduates of New Zealand