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The Agency for Science and Higher Education and The Faculty of Law in Zagreb conducted research in Croatia from 10 October to 14 December 2018 on the population of graduate students within the framework of the Eurograduate project.

The aim of this project is to obtain information from individuals with completed higher education about their experience in higher education and their transition into the labour market. The research is coordinated by a consortium of six European research institutes, conducted by national teams in eight European countries: Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Lithuania, Malta, Norway and Croatia, which will allow for a comparison of the working and living conditions of graduates in different countries.

This survey includes generations of graduate students who finished their studies in the academic year 2012/2013 and 2016/2017-specifically one and five years after graduation.

The personal data that is being collected and continues to be processed is contextual data that is important for a meaningful analysis of the survey results, such as gender, data and place of birth, native language, socioeconomic background, education, professional experience, current employment, family status, place of residence and previous geographic mobility as well as the opinions on relevant topics such as the applicability of the skills acquired in their tertiary education.

The project will result in the publication of a comparative report for all countries involved in this survey, and for each country a separate report will be published.

The Eurograduate project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ European Union programme.