In 2017, the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research and Ernst & Young Baltic AS conducted a survey among the alumni of vocational educational institutions who graduated in 2015 and 2016. The goal was to compile an overview of alumni’s educational background, explore their activities after graduation and general success on the labor market, and rate their satisfaction with the quality of study processes and skills and competencies they obtained.
The survey was undertaken in the form of an online questionnaire and included alumni who graduated from educational institutions that taught vocational skills during 2015 and 2016 calendar years. A total of 37 different schools offering vocational education participated, including 32 vocational schools and 5 institutions of applied higher education. 3 private schools had ceased to operate by the time of the survey and 5 institutions refused to participate.
Read the full report in Estonian (executive summary in English) HERE.