As part of our mission to connect talent with the future, Universum partners with world leading universities to engage top talent in our annual research. We help universities understand their students' career aspirations and employer expectations, adopt best practices for employer relations, improve career services quality and position their university brands. Together, Universum and top universities are creating a more transparent world around education and career readiness.
Enable you to understand your students and alumni’s career expectations and university brand perception.
Help you to strategically attract and build up relationships with relevant employers based on your students’ preferences.
Understand how ready your students are for their future career and strengthen their capabilities.
Executive Director of Center for Career Opportunities, Purdue University
"Having timely and meaningful data in supporting employer recruitment of Purdue University students is a high priority for us. Universum has been a high value data provider and partner of our career center for many years. We are ever grateful for the role that Universum has played in helping top companies to effectively recruit and hire our students."
Director, Texas Tech University Career Center
"Our partnership with Universum helps us develop a more comprehensive brand identity and image with employers on a global level. The value of the data from the survey informs the university as a whole as to how our students value the educational experience at Texas Tech."
Executive Director Center for Career Discovery and Development, Georgia Institute of of Technology
"Our partnership with Universum is indispensable. The data they provide about what’s on the minds of students isn’t simply interesting – it plays an integral role in our continuous evolution of leading-edge career education and employer relations models. Plus, they are responsive, friendly folks to work with!"
Head of Employer Engagement, Careers Service City, University of London
"I work with Universum and have received very useful data on City’s students and their views on employability. The data can be broken down by gender and subject which is very helpful, the reports are easy to understand and I appreciate going through the data with someone. I enjoy working with Universum as the data is clear, informative and if necessary, very easy to get specific data."
Associate Director (Career Center) Student Affairs Office, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
"The annual student survey conducted by Universum is informative and interesting. We found the university-specific findings particularly useful. Appreciation also goes to Nadine who comes to our campus every year to present the results!"
Head of EU Recruitment Campus Studies, IUBH University of Applied Sciences
"IUBH is happy to work with data provided by Universum. It helps us get insights on our students' preferences and brand perception. We use the informative data to structure communication campaigns across different target markets and to support our corporate partners in effective recruitment from IUBH."
Deputy Head of Careers and Employability, University of Huddersfield
“We find the Universum reports to be both informative and useful. Nearly 10% of our student population responded to the Universum Talent Research 2017 survey which provided very powerful results. In particular, we use the information on how students use the careers service and their preferred communications channels to inform future planning on how we engage with our students.”
Director Career Services and Corporate Relations, University of Groningen, Faculty of Economics and Business
"The Universum survey helps to give our students a voice to let them tell when and how they value prospective employers. As a school of economics and business we embed the outcomes in our career services to develop early career awareness and facilitate good preparation. There are so many options for our Groningen talents today, Universum helps to bring the world of employment closer to the students."