The School of Public Administration and Development Economics is keen to reach out to graduates across the Communications Media scene and encourage a relationship with the School. We are also keen to keep track of developments concerning the numbers and proportions of graduates working in different sectors (governmental, non-governmental, or entrepreneurial) and the proportion of those seeking employment, those who wish to continue post-graduate studies, and those who have been accepted by programs at international universities. We also invite feedback from graduates on the development of their professional or academic circumstances. This forms a key basis for developing our intellectual and academic orientation towards labor market demand.
|National or central government in the same country as the program||56.25%||60%||41.67%|
|Private Sector - Research/Consulting||||||8.33%|
|Private Sector but not research/ consulting||6.25%|||| |
|Obtaining further education/Ph.D. or other Grad Degree||||10%||8.33%|
|Military Service|| || |||
|Unemployed seeking employment||6.25%|| ||8.33%|
|Total Number of Graduates||16||10||12|