Hiatt Career Center

Beyond Brandeis

A graduate poses for a photograph outside Gosman gym during the 71st Commencement.Brandeisians offer the world a wide range of perspectives, academic interests and experiences. Graduates find open doors all around them, and our alumni — from CEOs, to heads of state, to Pulitzer Prize winners — have distinguished themselves in virtually every field. 

Along with joining top local, national, and international employers, graduates are regularly accepted into the best advanced-degree programs in the country, surpassing national counterparts for acceptance rates into medical, law, business and veterinary schools. 

On average, 97% of Brandeis graduates are employed, attending graduate school or engaged in other meaningful activities within six months of graduation. Learn more below about the destinations of the most recent class as well as previous graduates beginning in 2008. 


2022 graduates poses during a photo-op

Class of 2022 Outcomes

Ninety-eight percent of the Brandeis Class of 2022 is employed, attending graduate school, or engaged in other meaningful activities within six months of graduation.

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“Stay flexible with your career path, and aim for whatever will help you open the most doors so you have the freedom to choose later on in life.”

Robert Chen ‘22

Lab Technician at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

About the Survey

President Liebowitz speaks at commencement

The Hiatt Career Center's annual survey offers valuable insights into the employment and continuing education status of Brandeis University graduates within six months of graduation. These reports serve as the primary source for centralized employment data at Brandeis and are utilized by current students, employers, colleges/schools, departments, and other stakeholders. Hiatt collaborates with Institutional Research, the Office of the Registrar, Institutional Advancement, Athletics, and other campus departments to gather data, and all reported information is verified by the students, employers, or graduate schools. For questions about outcome data, contact Jon Schlesinger.