MIT Institutional Research

Graduating Student Survey

MIT's Global Education and Career Development Center sponsors an annual spring exit survey for students earning their bachelor's and master's degrees.

MIT's Career Advising and Professional Development office sponsors an annual spring exit survey for students earning their bachelor's and master's degrees. Prior to 2009, this survey included exiting doctoral students. Beginning in 2009, these students are surveyed using a separate instrument, the MIT Doctoral Student Exit Survey. Please refer to the Doctoral Student Exit Survey for more information.


SurveyInstrumentResponseResults
2018 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup61% Bachelors / 55% MastersOverall Results
2017 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup68% Bachelors / 60% MastersOverall Results
2016 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup64% Bachelors / 60% MastersOverall Results
2015 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup74% Bachelors / 57% MastersOverall Results
2014 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup77% Bachelors / 68% MastersOverall Results
2013 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup83% Bachelors / 69% MastersOverall Results
2012 Graduating Student SurveyWeb Mockup78% Bachelors / 69% MastersOverall Results
2011 Graduating Student SurveyPDF79% Bachelors / 68% MastersOverall Results
2010 Graduating Student SurveyPDF82% Bachelors / 73% MastersOverall Results
2009 Graduating Student SurveyPDF69% Bachelors / 59% MastersOverall Results
2008 Graduating Student SurveyPDF57% (all degree types)Overall Results
2007 Graduating Student SurveyPDF70% (all degree types)Overall Results
2006 Graduating Student SurveyPDF74% (all degree types)Overall Results