Who can get this information

Students, parents, guidance and career counsellors can all get this information.

You don’t have to create an account or sign in first.

How to get the information

  1. Visit our search tool
  2. Use the drop-down menu to select the information you want to see and to view and compare information in different ways

For example, you can choose all institutions to see charts on:

  • the percentage of students who graduated between 2009 and 2020
  • the percentage of graduates hired six months after graduating between 2008 and 2018
  • the percentage of graduates hired two years after graduating between 2008 and 2018

You can also choose, all programs to see charts on:

  • graduate employment rates
  • annual salaries by full-time and part-time employment
  • graduation rate

Find and compare programs

To see how a program is doing or to compare programs:

  1. Visit our search tool
  2. Select a specific program (for example, dentistry) from the drop-down menu to see how graduates from different universities have done or compare them all by choosing all programs to find information on 26 university programs

You will see:

  • how often people graduated, got hired after graduation or defaulted on their student loans
  • how many graduates found jobs  in their field
  • how many graduates were working part or fulltime in their field
  • average salaries and wages earned

Where we get our information

We get our information:

  1. by surveying all graduates two years after graduation
  2. through information collected on graduation rates
  3. through Canada-Ontario Student Loan default rates

For the latest survey, 2020 to 2021, we contacted people who graduated in 2018.

Learn more about the Ontario University Graduate Survey.