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Half of the fresh graduates of MU has a job before graduation

Nearly half of the fresh graduates of Masaryk University before holidays either worked, or knew where to board soon. It results from a survey by the University regularly performs before the end of the school year among graduates who have just made the state final examination.

Nearly half of the fresh graduates of Masaryk University before holidays either worked, or knew where to board soon. It results from a survey by the University regularly performs before the end of the school year among graduates who have just made the state final examination.

This year, the survey involved a total of 1122 students from all nine faculties, representing nearly two-thirds (63%) of all graduates in the period ending in university studies.

„The survey among graduates of master's program this year took place for the eleventh time is to chart the transition to working life and get feedback from studies provided by the university,“ said research author Jaroslav Nekuda of Economics and Administration Faculty of Masaryk University.

Compared with the results of previous research this year has been historically high level of satisfaction of graduates with what they gave to university life. While in 1999 responded positively to this question only 44 percent. This year has been satisfied or rather satisfied with a total of 68 percent.

As the most difficult to evaluate study MU young physicians, those with an average of one exam taught to fourteen days, while the average time to prepare for one exam at the university was about six days. The second study was the difficulty scientists and imaginary economists hold third place. In a university study rated as very demanding 7 percent of graduates and a relatively demanding 48 percent of graduates.

Slightly increasing trend has the proportion of students at the time of graduation work around or knows where to board. While in 1999 it was 33 percent of recent graduates, this year there were 49 percent. One-third wanted to work, but found a job yet or even looked for. The remaining one fifth of graduates are now offering themselves for work, mostly they want to pursue further study or stay abroad.

For graduates who have passed the stage looking for a job, only about one in four rated the process of obtaining work in a very (3%) or quite difficult (21%). When searching for employment with graduates rely mainly on their own strength (62%) and one in five received a direct offer of employment from a future employer. In the final year of studies is relatively frequently or even regularly worked 57 percent of students work and spent about sixteen hours a week.

Besides the survey of fresh graduates performed Masaryk University also survey their graduates after one or two years after graduation. The results of recent research in 2005 shows that unemployment among graduates of Masaryk University after several years in practice varies only around two percent.




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