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  • 1. CEU Alumni Relations and Career Services, 2011FirstDestinationSurveyClass of 2010Central European UniversityAlumni Relations and Career Services, 2011
  • 2. First Destination Survey – Class of 2010Launched for the first time in 2007 by the Alumni Relations and Career Services team, the FirstDestination Survey is part of our commitment to assessing our students’ career path after graduationand their overall satisfaction with our services. We are offering CEU fresh graduates the chance to tellus about their career and academic activities, and share personal perspectives. The survey isdistributed to fresh graduates of no less than six months after graduation in order to give them sometime to start establishing themselves in the professional world and pursue their goals.The community benefits from this surveu in a number of ways: - existing students get a glimpse of “life after CEU”: the challenges and the prospects - prospective students get a clear perspective of the value of a year or more spent at CEU - the Alumni Relations and Career Services Team receives quantifiable feedback in order to further develop and improve our services to satisfy the real needs of the community - potential employers are accurately targeted so that we may effectively promote talented CEU candidates on the job marketThe data is based on an analysis of the responses to the First Destination Survey – Class of 2010 collected by a web-basedsurvey in December 2010. The report is intended as a short summary of the most interesting results from the online survey. Itwas created for the internal use of CEU members.For further information, please contact the Career Services Office at career@ceu.hu. 2CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 3. Table of contentsINTRODUCTION ____________________________________________________________ 4 Comparative Table of Current Status by Department ___________________________ 5EMPLOYMENT ____________________________________________________________ 6 Comparative Table of Employment Sector by Department ________________________ 7 Sample List of Fresh Graduates’ Employers __________________________________ 8 CEU’s Reputation on the Job Market _________________________________________ 9 Job Search Resources ___________________________________________________ 9 Reported Duration of Job Search after CEU____________________________________ 10 Salaries, Benefits and Motivation Factors __________________________________ 11CONTINUING STUDIES _______________________________________________________ 13 Where Do Fresh Grads Continue Their Studies after CEU?_ ______________________ 13 CEU’s Reputation in Academia ______________________________________________13 Study Opportunity Search Resources _________________________________________13CAREER SERVICES SATISFACTION EVALUATION _________________________________ 14 Use/Awareness/Satisfaction with CEU Career Services __________________________ 14-15 3CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 4. CTIONThis academic year, 186 respondents (almost 50% of the target group) in 2010 took an online survey to tell usfacts about “life after CEU.” They came from various departments: Legal Studies 27 International Relations and European Studies 26 Economics 23 Environmental Sciences and Policy 20 Political Science 19 Public Policy 17 History 14 Sociology and Social Anthropology 12 Gender Studies 12 Nationalism Studies 6 Medieval Studies 5 Mathematics and its Applications 3 Philosophy 2 Current status Responses Response Count Employed /engaged in a work agreement 59.1% 110 Seeking employment or further study opportunities 19.9% 37 Continuing Studies 17.7% 33 In-between jobs 2.2% 4 Voluntary time off 1.1% 2 In addition to updates on their Employed /engaged in a work contact information, we received: 59.1% agreement updates on their status of employment or study 6 months Seeking employment or educational after graduation; information on 19.9% the sectors they are working or opportunities studying in; the job search resources they have used/are using to find employment; the Continuing Studies 17.7% information and/or job search tools they used at CEU; valuable feedback to help us improve our In-between jobs 2.2% services. Voluntary time off 1.1% 4CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 5. Comparative Table of Current Status by CEU Department Current Status Department Continuing Employed In-between Seeking Voluntary studies jobs employment time-off or educationDepartment of Economics 4 (17%) 16 (70%) 0 3 (13%) 0Department of Environmental 3 (15%) 13 (65%) 0 4 (20%) 0Sciences and PolicyDepartment of Gender Studies 0 6 (50%) 0 5 (42%) 1 (8%)Department of History 6 (43%) 4 (29%) 0 4 (29%) 0Department of International 5 (19%) 13 (50%) 1 (4%) 7 (27%) 0Relations and EuropeanStudiesDepartment of Legal Studies 0 21 (78%) 1 (4%) 5 (19%) 0Department of Mathematics 1 (33%) 2 (67%) 0 0 0and its ApplicationsDepartment of Medieval 3 (60%) 0 0 2 (40%) 0StudiesDepartment of Philosophy 2 (100%) 0 0 0 0Department of Political 3 (16%) 12 (63%) 1 (5%) 3 (16%) 0ScienceDepartment of Public Policy 1 (6%) 11 (65%) 1 (6%) 4 (23%) 0Department of Sociology and 4 (33%) 8 (67%) 0 0 0Social AnthropologyNationalism Studies Program 1 (17%) 4 (67%) 0 0 1 (17%) 100% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 13% 8% 90% 20% 19% 16% 17% 0% 29% 27% 23% 80% 0% 40% 5% 0% 4% 42% 0% 4% 6% 70% 67% 67% 60% 0% 29% 50% 70% 0% 100% 63% 67% 65% 50% 40% 78% 65% 30% 60% 50% 20% 43% 33% 33% 10% 17% 15% 19% 16% 17% 0% 0% 0% 6% ECON ENVS GENS HIST IRES LEGS MATH MEDS PHIL POL DPP SOC NATI Continuing studies Employed In-between jobs Seeking employment or education Voluntary time-off 5CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 6. EMPLOYMENT Primary employment status Responses Response Count Employed on a pay-roll 79.5% 89 Intern/Trainee Program Participant 15.1% 17 Self-employed, freelance 4.5% 5 Other 0.9% 1From those who reported that they are currently engaged in professional and/or volunteering activities, a total of79.5% are regular employees, 15.1% participate in internship or trainee programs, 4.5% are self-employed.Compared to last year, the number of fresh graduates participating in internship/trainee programs have increased,while the number of regularly employed fresh alumni has decreased. Area of Employment Responses Response Count Private Sector: Business 30.4% 34 Non-profit: Education and/or Research Institution 23.2% 26 Non-profit: International Organization 17% 19 Public Sector: Government / Diplomatic Service 16.1% 18 Non-profit: Public Interest and Advocacy Groups 13.4% 15This year, the Education and/or Research area is engaging 23.2% of the respondents, the Private BusinessSector is once again the most popular area of professional involvement for fresh graduates, with 30.4% ofrespondents reporting employment in that sector. While more respondents reported Government / DiplomaticService and Public Interest and Advocacy Groups as their area of employment, the ratio of fresh graduatesworking in International Organizations has decreased since last year. Private Sector: Business 30.4% Non-profit: Education and/or Research 23.2% Institution Non-profit: International Organization 17% Public Sector: Government / Diplomatic 16.1% Service Non-profit: Public Interest and Advocacy 13.4% GroupsWhen asked to detail the field that best describes their employer, 18% of respondents indicated that they work inLegal/Law/Human Rights, 10.8% in the Public Administration/Government sector. CEU graduates with 9-9%work equally in Environment, Banking/Finance/Economics/Mathematics and Business/StrategicManagement/Consulting, 8.1% in the field of Diplomacy/International Relations and 5.4% in the area ofSocial Sciences. The fields of Science and Humanities employ 2.7 - 2.7 % of fresh graduates, followed byMass Media, Food Services/Hospitality, Human Resource and Training/Instruction by 1.8 -1.8%. Areassuch as Oil & Energy, Art/Culture, Sales/Business Development, Marketing/Advertising,Building/Architecture/Engineering, IT/Software Development were also selected as employment fields by 0.9– 0,9% of fresh graduates. 6CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 7. Comparative Table of Employment Sector by CEU Department (only among employed respondents) Current Status Non-Profit: Non-Profit: Non-Profit: Private Public Sector: Department Education or International Public Sector: Government/Diplomatic Research Organization Interest or Business Services Organization Advocacy Group Department of 1 (6%) 1 (6%) 0 12 (75%) 2 (13%) Economics Department of 7 (54%) 2 (15%) 1 (8%) 2 (15%) 1 (8%) Environmental Sciences and Policy Department of 3 (50%) 0 0 2 (33%) 1 (17%) Gender Studies Department of 1 (25%) 1 (25%) 0 2 (50%) 0 History Department of 2 (14%) 4 (29%) 1 (7%) 4 (29%) 3 (21%) International Relations and European Studies Department of 3 (14%) 5 (23%) 4 (18%) 6 (27%) 4 (18%) Legal Studies Department of 1 (50%) 0 0 1 (50%) 0 Mathematics and its Applications Department of 2 (17%) 3 (25%) 4 (33%) 2 (17%) 1 (8%) Political Science Department of 3 (25%) 1 (8%) 3 (25%) 1 (8%) 4 (33%) Public Policy Department of 3 (43%) 1 (14%) 0 2 (29%) 1 (14%) Sociology and Social Anthropology Nationalism Studies 0 1 (25%) 2 (50%) 0 1 (25%) Program 100% 8% 0% 0% 8% 13% 17% 21% 18% 14% 15% 17% 33% 25% 80% 8% 50% 50% 29% 0% 33% 29% 27% 60% 15% 33% 8% 0% 75% 0% 0% 7% 18% 0% 25% 14% 50% 40% 25% 54% 50% 29% 23% 50% 25% 8% 20% 43% 0% 6% 25% 17% 25% 25% 6% 14% 14% 0% 0% ECON ENVS GENS HIST IRES LEGS MATH POL DPP SOC NATI Non-Profit: Education or Research Organization Non-Profit: International Organization Non-Profit: Public Interest or Advocacy Group Private Sector: Business Public Sector: Government/Diplomatic Services 7CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 8. Sample List of Fresh Graduates’ EmployersA.T. Kearney Hungary ConsultantBaltic Environmental Forum Lithuania Lithuania Environmental Communication ExpertCanadian Urban Institute/CIDA Canada Economic Development OfficerCARE International Sri Lanka Consultant-MonitoringCentral European Management Intelligence Hungary Business AnalystCitibank International Poland AML AnalystCivil Service College Bangladesh Assistant ProfessorDeloitte & Touche Azerbaijan Audit AssistantEU Special Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina InternEuropean Commission Belgium TraineeEuropean Investment Bank Luxembourg TraineeEuropean Roma Rights Centre Hungary InternFinalyse Budapest Hungary ConsultantGlobal Environmental Institute China Program OfficerGovernment of Kosovo, Ministry of European Kosovo Senior Donor CoordinationIntegration OfficerHelmhotz Centre for Environmental Research Germany Research AssistantHuman Rights and Conflicts Research Institute Armenia Project ManagerHungarian Competition Authority Hungary Regulatory Analyst / EconomistIBM Global Financing Hungary Business Support Operation SpecialistMental Disability Advocacy Center Hungary Policy and Advocacy OfficerMSCI Inc. Hungary (USA) AnalystNational Economic and Social Rights Initiative United States Communications Associate/ConsultantNATO HQ SACT USA InternOECD France ConsultantOmbudsman on the Rights of the Child in Novgorod Russia Assistant of the OmbudsmanregionOpen Society Justice Initiatives Hungary SupervisorOrange Moldova Moldova Credit Risk AnalystOSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina Rule of Law MonitorProcter & Gamble Romania Initiative and Supply Manager BalkansSt. Marys University College Ethiopia LecturerState Securities Committee Azerbaijan AnalystStockholm Environment Institute Thailand Research AssistantThe Centre for Legal Empowerment Kenya Program CoordinatorThe Global Mechanism of the UNCCD Italy Regional Resource Mobilization Expert for Central AsiaThe Regional Environmental Center Hungary TraineeUnited Nations Development Program Croatia Intern, Socio-Economic Recovery of Lika and Dalmatian HinterlandUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Hungary ContractorUnited Nations Population Fund Malawi Program OfficerVUB Asset Management Slovak Republic Lawyer SpecialistWood and Company Czech Republic Quantitative Strategies Researcher 8CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 9. CEU’s Reputation on the Job Market Are you employed in an area specific to the Responses Response Count qualification/s you received from CEU? Yes 76.4% 84 No 23.6% 26 Has your qualification from CEU been viewed Responses Response Count favorably by your employer? Yes 80.4% 90 No 0.9% 1 Not sure 18.8% 21The majority of fresh graduates are employed in professional areas related to their CEU degree and at the sametime their CEU qualifications made significantly positive influence on employers. Job search sourcesJob Search Resources Primary source of information which led to current Responses Response Count employment Personal online research 27.7% 31 Networking with friends/family 25.9% 29 Former employment/after completing internship 13.4% 15 CEU Career Services Office and CEU alumni 10.8% 12 Networking with faculty/department 2.7% 3 Recruitment agency 1.8% 2 Other 17.9% 20The most effective ways to search for jobs and information are online research and networking withfriends/family, which together succeeded in more than 50% of the cases, whereas 13.4% of respondents eitherreceived full-time job offers after the successful completion of their internships or returned to their formeremployer.It’s very important to mention that this year 3 times more fresh graduates (10.8%, compared to last year)found their current jobs with the help of the CEU Career Services Office and CEU alumni. Personal online research 27.7% Networking with 25.9% friends/family Other 17.9% Former employment 13.4% CEU Career Services 10.8% Office and CEU alumni Networking with 2.7% faculty/department Recruitment agency 1.8% 9CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 10. Reported Duration of Job Search after CEU Estimated number of months spent searching for a job Responses Response Count before accepting an offer Employed already prior to graduation 29.1% 32 3 - 4 months 23.6% 26 Less than 1 month 18.2% 20 1 - 2 months 16.4% 18 More than 4 months 12.7% 14 Number of resumes/applications sent before being Responses Response Count offered a job Less than 5 43.4% 46 More than 15 34.9% 37 5-10 15.1% 16 11-15 6.6% 7 Number of job interviews with different organizations Responses Response Count before accepting the present job offer Less than 3 67.9% 76 3-7 29.5% 33 8-15 1.8% 2 More than 15 0.9% 1We are pleased to note that almost 64% of Out of all the respondents…respondents were employed either prior tograduation or within less than 2 months aftergraduation. Only 12.7% of respondents needed 29,1% were already employed by the graduationmore than 4 months in order to secure aposition. 43,4% sent less than 5 resumes before securing a job 67,9% needed less than 3 job interviews before securingHalf of the respondents accepted a job offer their jobafter sending out a maximum of 5 CVs andhaving had fewer than 3 job interviews.Note: According to the European Student Barometer 2010, an annual survey covering 24 European countriesand incorporating more than 220,000 responses, the students of Hungarian universities expect to submit anaverage of 28.9 applications before securing a job after graduation. When asked about the “expected timeframeof application process in months,” responses by Hungarian students varied between 4 to 7 months. Comparingthe data collected from the CEU First Destination Surveys (2008-10) with the data from other Hungarianinstitutions or from other European countries, the results are very favorable to CEU graduates in regards to theduration of their job search after graduation. 10CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 11. Salaries, Benefits and Motivation Factors Initial gross monthly salary range for this job Responses Response Count (including benefits) Up to €600 27.4% 29 €601-€1000 32.1% 34 €1001-€1500 20.8% 22 €1501-€2000 9.4% 10 €2001-€2500 5.7% 6 €2501-€3500 1.9% 2 I am not paid 2.8% 3The largest group of fresh graduates (more than 50%) reported earnings of up to €1000 per month. Despite thediversity of countries and sectors they are involved in, the initial gross monthly salary of more than 35% of therespondents is between €1000 - €2500 and the monthly income of 1.9 % of respondents is more than €2500.Information on salaries and benefits in this survey was collected for reference purposes only. CEU graduates areemployed in a wide variety of countries, sectors and practices, which abide by different financial standards.Therefore, based on the survey, we have compiled 2 comparative tables, organized by CEU departments anddifferent employment sectors. Gross Monthly Salary Range of Respondents by CEU Department Salary Range Departments No Less €601 - €1001 €1501 €2001 €2501 Not data than 1000 -1500 - 2000 - 2500 - 3500 paid €600 Department of Economics 8 5 3 5 1 1 0 0 Department of 7 2 7 1 3 0 0 0 Environmental Sciences and Policy Department of Gender 7 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 Studies Department of History 10 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 Department of 12 4 8 1 0 0 0 1 International Relations and European Studies Department of Legal 9 5 4 6 3 0 0 0 Studies Department of 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 Mathematics and its Applications Department of Medieval 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Studies Department of Philosophy 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Department of Political 7 5 4 1 0 2 0 0 Science Department of Public 5 5 2 2 1 0 2 0 Policy Department of Sociology 5 1 2 3 0 0 0 1 and Social Anthropology Nationalism Studies 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 Program 11CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 12. Gross Monthly Salary Range of Respondents in Different Employment Sectors Salary Range Sectors No Less €601 - €1001 €1501 €2001 €2501 Not data than 1000 -1500 - 2000 - 2500 - 3500 paid €600 Non-Profit: Education or 2 6 13 2 3 0 0 0 Research Organization Non-Profit: International 2 3 5 3 2 1 1 2 Organization Non-Profit: Public Interest 1 3 1 4 2 3 0 1 or Advocacy Group Private Sector: Business 1 9 9 11 3 1 0 0 Public Sector: 0 8 6 2 0 1 1 0 Government/Diplomatic Services Factors influencing the job choice (multiple choice Responses Response Count question) Opportunity for advancement 68.5% 76 Location 39.6% 44 Salary offered 26.1% 29 Job security 18.9% 21 Other 18.9% 21 Training program 16.2% 18In addition to the above factors, other reasons on which respondents reported to have based their currentemployment choice include: “For professional experience” “I work in a small law firm which enables me to undergo the mandatory training program for junior lawyers” “Networking and research opportunities” “Commitment to the issues” “Flexibility and personal interest” “I was working at this organization before CEU”In some cases, the respondents’ current employment was the only available opportunity at the time of jobsearching: “Economic crisis, unfortunately” “Opportunity, no other job openings” 12CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 13. CONTINUING STUDIES Study program pursued after graduating from CEU Responses Response Count PhD 83.9% 26 Another Master 16.1% 531 respondents (17.7% of the total number of survey respondents) are continuing their studies at differentinstitutions around the world with another master or doctoral degree: - College of Europe (Belgium) - Eötvös Loránd University (Hungary) Sample list - Fordham University (USA) of fresh - Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) graduates’ - Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany) - Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukrain) institutions - Leiden University (Netherlands) for further - Old Dominion University (USA) - Princeton University (USA) study - St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) - University of Barcelona (Barcelona) - University of California, Berkeley (USA)In terms of academic orientation, 45.2% of respondents reported to be continuing their studies in the Humanities;38.7% in the Social Sciences; followed by 16.1% in various other academic fields (e.g. Mathematics,Biology/Biomedical Sciences, Agriculture or Environmental Sciences).CEU’s Reputation in Academia How well did CEU prepare you for your subsequent Responses Response Count studies? / By comparison with your classmates, how well-prepared did you feel for your current studies? Very well-prepared 83.3% 25 Average 16.7% 5 Not prepared none noneStudy Opportunity Search Resources How did you discover your current place of Responses Response Count study/academic research? I formerly attended this institution 41.9% 13 My own research 22.6% 7 Information from CEU alumni 12.9% 4 Other source 9.7% 3 Information published in the CEU Career Shared Folders 6.5% 2 Information from my academic supervisor at CEU 3.2% 1 Information from other CEU faculty members 3.2% 1In almost half of the cases, fresh graduates pursued further studies at institutions they had formerly attended.This number includes those respondents who continued their studies at CEU. Private research has led 22.6% ofthe respondents to discover further study opportunities beyond CEU. In 19.4 % of the cases, the informationwas found via CEU Career Services announcements or from alumni. This figure shows that the number ofgraduates who have found new academic prospects with the help of the CEU Career Services Office andalumni has tripled since last year. This ratio coincides with that of graduates who have found a job using CEUCareer Services and the alumni network. We are pleased to reflect the continuous improvement of our Alumniand Career Services with these figures. An effective study search alternative for fresh graduates was networkingwith CEU faculty members and academic supervisors. 13CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 14. CAREER SERVICES SATISFACTION EVALUATION What types of career services did you use while at Responses Response Count CEU? Career Shared Folders with job announcements 61.4% 108 CEU Career Fair 54% 95 Submitted resume for the CEU Resume Book 39.2% 69 Current opportunities (online job/internship board) 35.2% 62 CEU Career Services website 34.1% 60 Employer presentations on campus 24.4% 43 Individual consultation with a CEU career advisor 22.7% 40 Workshops organized by the CEU Career Services Office 21/% 37 CV Clinic 16.5% 29 Other events and/or workshops advertised by the CEU Career Services Office 11.4% 20 Alumni related CEU careers services 4.5% 8 Other (besides the above) 4% 7 Awareness of CEU Career Services I was aware of this I was not Response service aware of this Count service CEU Career Fair 164 (95%) 8 172 Workshops organized by Career Services Office 142 (83%) 29 171 Employer presentations on campus 139 (82.7%) 29 168 Career Shared Folders with job announcements 135 (77%) 39 174 Submitted resume for the CEU Resume Book 130 (76%) 41 171 Career Services website 122 (71%) 48 170 Individual consultation with CEU career advisor 116 (68%) 54 170 Other events and/or workshops, advertised by CEU Career Services Office 113 (66.4%) 57 170 CV Clinic 100 (59%) 69 169 Current opportunities (online job/internship board) 101 (58%) 72 173 Alumni speaker events/ Alumni Career Mentoring Scheme 83 (49%) 86 169According to the CEU Career Services usage and awareness statistics, 95% of the 2010 graduating class wasaware of the CEU Career Fair. However, the Career Shared Folders service still got the first place in popularityamong students searching for jobs via CEU Career Services. The Career Services Website, EmployerPresentations, Workshops, Individual Consultations and the CEU Resume Book also ranked among themost popular career services.This year, 39.2% of respondents submitted a resume for the CEU Resume Book and 10% of them were directlycontacted by employers, who had found their profiles in the book. This figure is growing from year to year and theCEU Career Services office is continuously improving the promotion of CEU student profiles on the internationaljob market.Respondents reported a few different reasons why they did not take full advantage of CEU Career Services whilethey were students:“Lack of time; I was focused on my studies”“Did not need the service because I was already employed/ I wanted to continue my studies (PhD)”“I was not aware of this service/program” 14CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010
  • 15. How CEU graduates got informed Novell Groupwise about CEU Career Services 78.40% e-mails (multiply choice) Career Services E-mail announcements via CEU’s Novell 29.00% GroupWise service continue to be the Website most efficient way of communicating with and informing students about CEU Career Career Shared Services and events. However, the Career 26.70% Folders Services Website, Shared Folders and on- campus notice boards were also reported Notice Boards useful by more than 25-25% of 24.40% around campus respondents. Community Pages (Facebook, 6.30% Linkedin) How well did the Alumni Relations and Career Responses Response Count Services team meet your career needs as a student at CEU? Exceeded my needs 3.7% 6 Met most of my needs 25.8% 42 Met some of my needs 56.4% 92 Did not meet my needs 14.1% 23Feedback and suggestionsAt the end of the 2010 First Destination Survey, we invited respondents to give “a piece of advice” on how theCEU Alumni Relations and Career Services team can improve services for students, alumni and employers. Wereceived 81 constructive comments, which we have made our priorities in the further development of career-oriented services for students and alumni at CEU.We would like to thank all survey participants who shared their information and feedback and made this reportpossible. We wish you all the best in your personal and professional endeavors after CEU! 15CEU ARCS, 2011 - First Destination Survey – Class of 2010