|With you||When registering to graduate in absentia, there will have been the option to opt-in to hearing from the University after you leave. If you chose to stay in touch, for the most part, we’ll contact you using your personal email address (the one you registered to graduate with). Over time, keep us up to date with where your adventure is taking you. If your email or postal address change, you can let us know by completing our online form.|
|With Abertay||As a graduate, you have a one-stop-shop email address to direct all your queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|With your Alumni Network||One of the perks of having a degree under your belt is that you're now a member of our global community full of inspirational alumni.|
Graduate destination surveys are organised by our Careers Team, and are an important tool in helping us shape the future student experience. We rely on the information YOU provide to help inform and shape what our academic and support services look like for new and existing Abertay students.
The Destination of Leavers Survey is run by Abertay's Career Service and gathers information about what you’re getting up to 6 months after graduation. We’re specifically interested in what job and sector you’re working in, and /or what further study opportunities you’ve taken on.
The information you provide will be anonymous, and will help us to inform current and future students of potential work and study opportunities after graduation. The information will also be used within internal departments for reporting purposes.
Graduate Outcomes is a national survey run by HESA that gathers insight into the status of graduates 15 months after finishing their studies. As well as capturing general information about employment / further study status, the survey asks participants to reflect on how their education and education provider have directly contributed to where they are now.
Communitay is our e-newsletter keeping Abertay’s community of Alumni, Supporters and Friends in the know of what's happening on and off campus. It's delivered straight to your inbox every 3 months and will keep you updated on events of interest, volunteering and fundraising opportunities, as well as funding and competitions which our graduates may be eligible to apply for and enter.
The next edition of Communitay will be released In September. Until then...Read June 2021 edition
We’re still here if you need help with the first steps of your career. You have access to all services offered by our Careers Service for up to three years after graduating. This can be anything from expert advice on tweaking your CV to identifying career opportunities using our job board on Abertay Connect.
Bell Street Ventures (BSV) is the space for student and graduate enterprise at Abertay. Whether you’re starting a games company with your friends, changing the world through a social enterprise or setting yourself up as being self-employed so that you can bid for contracts from small businesses, BSV can help.
BSV have a fantastic range of resources, all to help you to take your ideas and turn them into reality. Or, if they don’t make sense financially yet, we can help you regroup and figure out the best way forward.
Take a read of how we can support you, or if you'd prefer to speak to a real person, you can contact our Student Enterprise Officer Simon Fraser directly.
Don't want to leave? Explore all postgraduate taught and research programmes we have on offer by searching our course list. There's also loads of insight into postgraduate life at Abertay over at our Always On Postgraduate Open Evening.
With funding and scholarship options available exclusively for Abertay Alumni and postgraduate students, it could be the perfect time and place for you to build on your existing knowledge and learn new skills.