Careers Service support
Although you may be leaving the University, the Careers Service is still here to support you. You can continue to log in to MyFuture and access resources too.
If you are not sure what you are doing next, it is not too late and we can help you weigh up your options. We can also help if you are worried that your results might not be as you expected.
Keep in touch
You can continue to log into your MyFuture account using the current student option until your account switches over to a graduate account. This happens when student records update their system. For summer graduates this will be around the start of August. For December graduates this will be at the start of January.
When the switch-over happens, an email will be sent to the non-University email address you provided on your SAMIS registration.
If you have any trouble logging in, get in touch and we can help you regain access to your account.
As a leaver of the University of Bath you are now part of the alumni network.
Remember, the details held by alumni are completely separate to your MyFuture account. So if your contact details do change, make sure you update your Alumni account as well as your MyFuture details.
Graduate Outcomes Survey - Be part of the picture
Look out for your personal Graduate Outcomes survey invitation, 15 months after graduation, and make your voice count! Your response will help us to evaluate and promote our courses. This is the UK’s biggest annual social survey, run by HESA, and supported by Bath. It captures the activities and perspectives of recent graduates.
Find out more about HESA and the Graduate Outcomes survey, including how HESA uses your data.
Update your contact details
To support the survey, we need accurate contact details for you. To update your contact details, please email the Alumni Team via firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Graduate Outcomes survey
The survey will be delivered by the Graduate Outcomes team – which is part of the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) – on behalf of the higher education funding and regulatory bodies and higher education providers.
The funding and regulatory bodies commission the Graduate Outcomes survey and require HESA and higher education providers to work together to deliver the survey.