Coming June 24th: The 2015 Global Grads Survey Report!
What level of early job search success is the class of 2015 seeing in the hiring market? How do recent graduates assess the value of their education? What skills and abilities did they develop most?
The answers to these important questions and more can be found in the 2015 Global Management Education Graduate Survey Report—GMAC’s annual exit survey of the business school graduating class.
To be released Wednesday, June 24th, as the industry gathers in Denver, CO for the 2015 Graduate Management Admission Council Annual Conference, the report summarizes survey responses from more than 3,300 members of the class of 2015, representing 112 universities in 29 countries.
Through the survey findings, business school professionals can:
- Learn about hiring and job search success for recent grads, including expected work location, salaries, industries, and most successful job search strategies,
- Gain insight into graduates’ evaluation of their management education and how well the skills they developed have prepared them for the job market, and
- Discover students’ preferred learning methods and what factors drive their overall value assessment of their degrees.
Visit gmac.com/globalgrads on June 24th to download your copy of the report! And stop by the Research booth in the Opportunity Zone at Annual Conference for a live demonstration of the Interactive Data Report that accompanies the survey summary.