More EHU graduates returning to Belarusp

More EHU graduates returning to Belarus

A majority of the graduating Class of 2014 of the European Humanities University (EHU) plans to return to Belarus after graduation.

According to a survey of graduating students conducted on graduation day (July 11, 2014), 61% of respondents will be returning to Belarus immediately after graduation—the highest percentage since measurements began.

18% plan to work in other country, 14% will study in another country, and 7% plan to look for work in another country.

67% of graduating students participated in the survey.

EHU Class of 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 2013, 52% of graduating students said they planned to return to Belarus after graduation, 27% were planning to continue their studies in another country, 14% found work in another country, and 7% said they will be looking for work abroad (64% response rate).

49% of the Class of 2012 planned to return to Belarus, 21% said they would work in another country, 22% planned to study in another country, 6% said they’d look for work in another country, 1% planned maternity leave, and 1% haven't answered this particular question (66% response rate).
 

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