The satisfaction survey of the FIB’s graduates takes place three years after they have graduated and are, for the most part, in employment. The survey is designed to ascertain the situation of the UPC’s ICT graduates, their satisfaction levels and their perspectives for the future, and also to identify the core and cross-disciplinary skills that are most relevant to their profession and detect the strengths and possible weaknesses of the education they have received at the FIB.
The survey has been carried out with the support of the Everis company chair, whose principal aim is innovation, education and employment in the field of ICTs. The agreement under which this support was given is a three-year agreement that will bring academic life at the FIB closer to business concerns and initiatives in the information technology sector. One of the projects, which is to be carried out in collaboration with inLab, is a study of the professional situation of the UPC’s ICT graduates. The results of this study will be presented at a public event.