2012 Survey - 2011 Graduates' Profile

It concerns the 215.000 graduates who concluded their studies in 2011 in one of the61 universities that have been taking part in AlmaLaurea since at least one year (12/11/2012 this number amounted to 64 Italian universities). At least 121,000 graduates have obtained a 1st level degree (kind of degree deriving from the University reform), whereas over 62,000 of them have obtained a 2nd level degree.

"Graduating at a time of crisis. How to make the most of university studies". The Report

Further analysis, examinations and graphs concerning 215,000 newly graduated students.

Documentation (in Italian)
Outline (in Italian)

Dati disaggregati

Profiles: query the databank

Search criteria for each university, faculty, degree course and class of degree: graduation mark, marks obtained in single exams, regular attendance, social class, work experiences made during studies…and much more.

Methodological Notes

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Graduates’ employment condition

This report of AlmaLaurea is the result of the monitoring of graduates’ access to the labour market within the 5 years after graduation. It is a very important tool for evaluating the effectiveness of the academic system and for assessing the attitude of the labour market towards graduates.


Graduates’ employment condition

The Library of AlmaLaurea

The volumes of AlmaLaurea are a support to your further analysis on subjects like academic studies and youths’ employment conditions.


The Library (in Italian)

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