QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020 | Top Universities

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Which universities are producing the most employable graduates? Find out with the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students f ...

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students for the world of work. 

Soft skills in particular are mentioned repeatedly, while there is a notable ‘skills gap’ in some industries, notably engineering and technology.

Given the fierce competition for graduate roles around the world, students should be seriously considering how their university can prepare them adequately for full-time employment, by connecting them with global employers and ensuring they develop the necessary skills and knowledge. 

For example, one in two recent British graduates is not in graduate work - suggesting a university degree from one of the world’s most reputable universities is no longer enough by itself to guarantee career success.

If you’re concerned about your future career prospects and wondering which universities are best-placed to help you succeed, our ranking below is a great place to start.

To read more about the best-performing universities for graduate employability, click here or join in the conversation online by tweeting us @TopUnis.

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While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students f ...

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students for the world of work. 

Soft skills in particular are mentioned repeatedly, while there is a notable ‘skills gap’ in some industries, notably engineering and technology.

Given the fierce competition for graduate roles around the world, students should be seriously considering how their university can prepare them adequately for full-time employment, by connecting them with global employers and ensuring they develop the necessary skills and knowledge. 

For example, one in two recent British graduates is not in graduate work - suggesting a university degree from one of the world’s most reputable universities is no longer enough by itself to guarantee career success.

If you’re concerned about your future career prospects and wondering which universities are best-placed to help you succeed, our ranking below is a great place to start.

To read more about the best-performing universities for graduate employability, click here or join in the conversation online by tweeting us @TopUnis.

Read more
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QS Graduate Employability Rankings

Which universities are producing the most employable graduates? Find out with the QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2020.

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t ...

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students for the world of work. 

Soft skills in particular are mentioned repeatedly, while there is a notable ‘skills gap’ in some industries, notably engineering and technology.

Given the fierce competition for graduate roles around the world, students should be seriously considering how their university can prepare them adequately for full-time employment, by connecting them with global employers and ensuring they develop the necessary skills and knowledge. 

For example, one in two recent British graduates is not in graduate work - suggesting a university degree from one of the world’s most reputable universities is no longer enough by itself to guarantee career success.

If you’re concerned about your future career prospects and wondering which universities are best-placed to help you succeed, our ranking below is a great place to start.

To read more about the best-performing universities for graduate employability, click here or join in the conversation online by tweeting us @TopUnis.

Read more
While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t ...

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students for the world of work. 

Soft skills in particular are mentioned repeatedly, while there is a notable ‘skills gap’ in some industries, notably engineering and technology.

Given the fierce competition for graduate roles around the world, students should be seriously considering how their university can prepare them adequately for full-time employment, by connecting them with global employers and ensuring they develop the necessary skills and knowledge. 

For example, one in two recent British graduates is not in graduate work - suggesting a university degree from one of the world’s most reputable universities is no longer enough by itself to guarantee career success.

If you’re concerned about your future career prospects and wondering which universities are best-placed to help you succeed, our ranking below is a great place to start.

To read more about the best-performing universities for graduate employability, click here or join in the conversation online by tweeting us @TopUnis.

Read more

While many of the world’s top universities produce high-achieving graduates every year, employers frequently express concerns that academic institutions aren’t doing enough to prepare their students for the world of work. 

Soft skills in particular are mentioned repeatedly, while there is a notable ‘skills gap’ in some industries, notably engineering and technology.

Given the fierce competition for graduate roles around the world, students should be seriously considering how their university can prepare them adequately for full-time employment, by connecting them with global employers and ensuring they develop the necessary skills and knowledge. 

For example, one in two recent British graduates is not in graduate work - suggesting a university degree from one of the world’s most reputable universities is no longer enough by itself to guarantee career success.

If you’re concerned about your future career prospects and wondering which universities are best-placed to help you succeed, our ranking below is a great place to start.

To read more about the best-performing universities for graduate employability, click here or join in the conversation online by tweeting us @TopUnis.

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