Why it is important to keep the track of where are employed the graduates of the EMIS master programme?
At this question I would like to notice here that in 1998 when I have been working as a visiting research fellow at School of Information Management from University of Brighton, UK I have learned that keeping the track in which positions and organizations are employed the graduates in a period of 6 months after graduation it is a very important issue for assessing the quality of a master programme. In fact as we could see today we have many master programmes that are having a similar area of specialization therefore in my opinion this issue it is a very important one for all of us and which it could be seen also as a feedback regarding the quality of an education system in particular here of our EMIS master programme. Based on this criterion (if this it will be implemented practically) I believe that we will have a more clear image regarding the absorption of our graduates in different companies or not profit organizations (including here how many students are following further PhD studies).
How we could keep the track of where are employed the graduates of the EMIS master programme?
In my opinion one solution for keeping the track of where are employed the former EMIS master students after graduation (but sure other solutions are welcome too) is looking to the teachers from EMIS master programme that now are involved in supervising the students in doing their master theses because in general after graduation the former EMIS students are often communicate with their teachers.