Futuretrack is a major study that's following 50,000 students from UCAS application until they get their first job. It will discover how, why and when career decisions are made.
Use this website to find out what makes this project so special. View data, read the analysis and get to know how the study is being used to assist government, careers advisers and staff in higher education.
£1000 Prize Draw-are you eligible?
Important notice for all graduates (who graduated in 2009, 2010 and 2011) and continuing students who applied to higher education in 2006, the final Futuretrack, stage 4 questionnaire is available now for completion.
Futuretrack is THE ONLY wholly independent survey of higher education applicants in the UK, conducted by a research team at the Institute for Employment Research at the University of Warwick. Completing it won't take long and you can save your answers and return to it later if you wish. Your response is confidential and your personal details will not be used for any other purpose or seen by anyone outside the Warwick research team. The research, and the sponsor HECSU, the educational charity behind Futuretrack, aim to provide accurate and unbiased information for all the people to whom it matters, including course applicants, students, graduates, employers and higher education policy-makers and providers. The prize draw for applicants, with 10 top prizes of £1000 and 100 prizes of £100, is still open - but this isn't about prizes, it's about contributing to really valuable research and helping to ensure that it is representative of all the 2006 applicant cohort, whatever paths they have followed. This is your last chance to be part of it.