The aim of the study is to analyze the relationship between satisfaction in the graduate course and the externalized behavior in social networks mediated by subjective well-being. The study involves 1,173 students from stricto sensu courses. The evidence found confirms the relationship, especially when it refers to interpersonal relationships. Thus, satisfaction with graduate studies exceeds the limits of professional training and established social ties interfere with the well-being of students, which is externalized in social networks. The information-sharing environment gains a new space, characterized by social networks which can be used to maximize levels of academic well-being.
Well-being; Behavior in Social Networks; Graduate Experience