About the project
The Graduate Wellbeing Project is being conducted at the University of Dundee by Shonagh McInnes. It is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.
It aims to investigate the relationship between students’ mental wellbeing and perceptions about their environment during the transition out of university. This is necessary to better understand mental health changes as students leave university and transition into graduate life.
The Graduate Wellbeing and Place Survey has been created to inform this project. It has been designed to collect data on graduates’ wellbeing during the transition into graduate life. The survey asks questions about your recent wellbeing, perception of available resources, and experience of graduating.