Many top Universities (such as the one I am involved with) do have online stats about the jobs their graduates do. These stats are quite hard to compile -- at least in cases where they aren't cooked up in the way Crying Chic observed -- and they aren't particularly accurate, but they give a flavour. (But I'm talking about traditional courses, not music tech courses.)
For those people who want government accreditation of University-type courses -- forget it. Believe me, I have seen plenty of these sorts of audits over the years, seen thousands of man-hours wasted on them and they are a complete waste of time, and bear no relation to the quality of the course, which is why the teaching quality audits were eventually axed. Hardly any academics take them seriously and for good reason. Government inspections are rarely a good solution to complex issues.
Edited by Scramble (27/08/11 03:05 PM)