These surveys allow the training teams to verify the adequacy of the diploma with the job market and, if necessary, to adapt their teaching to new needs.
After obtaining a DUT, AMU graduates are surveyed at 30 months on their professional situation in a follow-up survey.
These surveys allow training teams to verify the adequacy of the diploma with the job market and, if necessary, to adapt their teaching to new needs.
The information collected by AMU OVE in the context of surveys is subject to computer processing and is protected and used anonymously. This statistical processing gives rise to a declaration to the Correspondant Informatique et Liberté (CIL) of Aix-Marseille University and if necessary to a declaration to the CNIL. In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6th, 1978, each survey respondent may exercise his or her right to access data concerning him or her by contacting the OVE (email@example.com).
Focus on the latest results
Of the 1,562 DUT graduates in 2013, 78.2% of them participated in the collection. When they chose to enter the working life directly after the DUT (or after a study year following the DUT), their employment conditions were as follows:
- 82% were employed,
- 64% held a stable job,
- 61% benefited from a managerial or middle occupation job,
- €1,555 is the average salary observed among respondents in full-time employment.
Key figures for 2012/2013 graduates
To go further, see the Summary Note