Graduates can access advice and information resources for up to 3 years after graduation.
You can still access all the features of MetHub after you have left Cardiff Met, which include job searching, appointment booking and our ask a question service.
Shortly after graduation you should have received an email with details of how to access MetHub as a graduate. If you cannot find that email, simply go to the MetHub login page, click on 'Graduate' and then 'Reset your password'. You will receive an email to the personal address you had registered while at university.
If you do not receive the password reset email, or you no longer have access to the email you registered to the university with, please contact us on
email@example.com to request the email on your account be updated. You will need to quote your student number.
Graduate Outcomes survey
Each year HESA runs the Graduate Outcomes survey, looking to find out what our graduates are doing 15 months after graduation. We use this information to help support our students and graduates with their career planning.
Learn about the graduate outcomes survey
Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey
Every year we contact all Cardiff Met graduates to find out what they are doing six months after graduation. If you graduated recently you can expect us to be in touch soon!
The Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey
A national survey of everyone who has recently qualified from any university or HE college in the UK. The information you provide will help us advise our current students about the opportunities that might be available to them.
Of those who obtained qualifications across the UK in 2014/15, 79% responded to the survey. Of these, 72% reported that they were working and a further 6% were working and studying. 13% were undertaking further study only. 5% of leavers were assumed to be unemployed.
How we contact you
If we don’t hear from you we will try to contact you again, possibly by phone, so please let us know if you change your email address or phone number.
If we can’t get in touch with you at all, we may try to get information about what you were doing from someone else, either at the university/college or someone we can reach using the contact information you have previously provided. If you don’t want us to do this, or you don’t want to give us any information at all, please tell us. Below are details about what happens to your information after it is sent to us.
A follow-up survey is planned for three years’ time so that we can get even more information about the early careers of those with HE qualifications. You might be asked to take part in this follow-up survey as well, which will be carried out by a different organisation. The current survey may also be audited – that is, checked to make sure it has been carried out correctly.
If you don’t want to take part in the follow-up survey, or to be contacted during an audit, please let us know. You can also let us know that you do not want to take part in the follow-up survey by ticking the box at the end of the questionnaire.
What happens to your information
Your information will be anonymised and used to in statistics to support current and prospective students, graduates and employers. Some data may be displayed on the Careers Service website, but the risk of personal identification from the data will be minimised.
Within the University, the data will be given to your academic department, the Alumni & Friends Department and will be used in an anonymous format for quality assurance and business intelligence.
Your data will not be passed to third parties.
We will send information from this survey to the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). The uses that HESA makes of your survey responses are described in detail on their website