Geographic Movement

This Sankey diagram shows the relationship between graduates’ citizenship at the time of their admission to the PhD program (on the left) to their geographic location in 2016 (on the right). The width of the pathway between left and right is proportional to the number of people who have made that geographic move. Hover over the left, centre and right columns to see tooltips showing the exact number of people represented. You may view an alternative visualization as Chord diagram as well.

Note: Dual citizenship is not accounted for in this graph. For the graduates who answered our survey, their 2016 location is based on the physical location they indicated on the survey. For the graduates we researched, their location is based on the location of their employer. The location of 11 graduates at the time of admission was unknown, and these were excluded.