International RelationsCareer Challenge
June 17-21, 2019
Johns Hopkins University, Advanced Academic Programs, Washington DC, USA
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Career Outcomes in 12 Months After Graduation

A Graduate Outcomes Survey is conducted among the graduates of the International Relations Career Challenge in twelve months after the program completion.

The data below presents the Graduate Outcomes Survey results for the IRCC 2018 intake at King’s College London which was completed in February 2018. The survey was conducted in March-April 2019 and reached a response rate of 84%. According to the collected data, 66,7% of students who completed the IRCC 2018 KCL intake were in official employment at the time of the survey, 28,6% were engaged in full-time studies, and 4,8% were not in employment and looking for job opportunities. Out of all respondents who were not officially employed at the time of the survey, 100% had been in employment after completing the IRCC program. Therefore, all IRCC 2018 JHU graduates have successfully secured a job within 12 months after the program completion.

The data below presents the Graduate Outcomes Survey results for the IRCC 2017 intake at Johns Hopkins University which was completed in November 2017. The survey was conducted in November-December 2018 and reached a response rate of 82,61%. According to the collected data, 89,4% of students who completed the IRCC 2017 JHU intake were able to find a job within twelve months of graduation. Among those students who did not find a job, half (5,3%) were engaged in degree studies. The other half (5,3 %) of the IRCC 2017 KCL graduates were classified under the ‘Unemployed’ category at the time of the survey.

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The data below presents the Graduate Outcomes Survey results for the IRCC 2017 intake at King’s College London which was completed in February 2017. The survey was conducted in February-March 2018 and reached a response rate of 76,67%. According to the collected data, 91,3% of students who completed the IRCC 2017 KCL intake were able to find employment within twelve months of graduation. The rest of the class – 8,7% of students – were engaged in further studies, in particular in a postgraduate degree program. None (0%) of the IRCC 2017 KCL graduates were classified under the ‘Unemployed’ category at the time of the survey.