RESULTS OF THE 2017 GRADUATE SURVEY
The Cyprus Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Cypronetwork Group have recently presented the results of the 1st Cyprus Institute of Marketing Graduate Survey.
The research is ground-breaking in nature since it aims to outline all aspects of the Cyprus Institute of Marketing and in particular the professional success of Cypriot Institute of Marketing graduates after completing their studies focusing on the depreciation of investment in their studies. The Cyprus Institute of Marketing (CIM) and Cypronetwork group have joined forces to conduct research by applying European research standards and hope that this research will be a useful tool and a comparison tool between academic institutions on an annual basis. The survey was Pancyprian and the sample size was 222 graduates from the academic years 2012-2017. Data collection was conducted via telephone interviews using a structured questionnaire between 27 November 2017 and 7 December 2017.
In summary, the main findings of the survey record that:
- 30% of graduates enjoy a direct increase in their salary after completing their studies at CIM
- 25% of graduates have received direct promotion after completing their studies at CIM
- 91% say they are fully satisfied with their studies at CIM
- 91% see CIM as a credible and credible institution
- 92% are currently employed
- 62% were working within one month of completing their studies
- 84% worked within 6 months of completing their studies
- 91% were working within twelve months of completing their studies
- 77% declare that depreciation in their investment (tuition to income from work) was excellent.
Based on the above results, it is obvious that studies at the Cyprus Institute of Marketing maximize the chances of professional success and give the maximum depreciation on the investment. Also, the Cyprus Institute of Marketing is likely to be the leading academic institution in Cyprus as regards the employability of its graduates and Cyprus Institute of Marketing graduates are highly sought after by Cypriot and foreign business.