The MIT Doctoral Student Exit Survey merges questions from the Survey of Earned Doctorates (a survey administered by the NSF and NORC), questions that evaluate their experiences in their program, and outcomes questions (e.g., employment and salary). As a result, doctoral students now answer these questions once, rather than on three separate surveys.
|2013-2018 Doctoral Exit Survey||Web Preview||71-83%||2013-2018 Combined Report (Tableau)|
|2012 Doctoral Exit Survey||Web Preview||76%||Highlights | Overall Report|
|2011 Doctoral Exit Survey||77%||Highlights | Overall Report|
|2010 Doctoral Exit Survey||84%||Overall Report|
|2009 Doctoral Exit Survey||54%||Overall Report|
|2005-2006 Graduate Student Exit Survey||Trend Report by Highest Degree: 2005-06 & 2006-07|