The Labour Market Relevance and Outcomes of Higher Education (LMRO) Project helps policy makers take stock of how to promote good labour market outcomes for higher education graduates. Reviews have been completed in Norway, Mexico, and four US states (Washington, Texas, Ohio, and Virginia). An EU-supported LMRO Partnership Inititiative is underway, with the participation of Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, and Portugal. National studies will be accompanied by peer learning events open to all OECD Member countries. A series of Working Papers examine key topics within the project, including how labour market information is communicated to – and used by – learners; the emergence and impact of “alternative credentials”; and how “big data” can be used to understand the graduate skills sought by employers.