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Gone international 2016: the value of mobility

1 February 2016

Gone international report front coverThis report from the go international programme is the second in the series of Gone International cohort studies.

The research examines the profile and outcomes of UK-domiciled, first degree students who graduated in 2013–14, responded to the Destination of Leavers in Higher Education survey, and undertook a period of mobility abroad. It explores who goes abroad (gender, subject, ethnicity, socioeconomic background), where they go, and what they do after they graduate (academic and employment outcomes).


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