Top 10 universities for getting a job in UK

TIME:2016-05-23 17:51VIEW:

While Cambridge and Oxford continue to dominate the top two places on the Complete University Guide’s (CUG) league table for overall best university and difficulty of entry, they have been out performed on graduate prospects. The figures here show the percentage of graduates in professional jobs or postgraduate study six months after leaving in 2014.
10. Loughborough University
Per cent in employment 6 months after graduating: 83.6
Overall rank: 7
Loughborough has entered the CUG top 10 for graduate prospects, but it isn't simply jobs the university is good at. According to the latest Times Higher Education (THE) Student Experience rankings, Loughborough University comes in first place. 
9. Durham University
Per cent in employment: 83.6
Overall rank: 6
England's third oldest university, behind the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Durham University has entered the CUG's top 10 ranking for graduate prospects. According to the CUG, the institution also has one of the highest completion rates in the UK, at 96 per cent for undergraduate students. 
8. University of Sussex
Per cent in employment: 84.2
Overall rank: 18 
Despite being relatively new compared with some of the other universities in this list (it was founded in 1961) the University of Sussex has broken into this year's top 10 for graduate prospects, according to the CUG. Surrounded by the South Downs National Park, three Nobel Prizes have been awarded for research conducted at the university.
7. University of Bath
Per cent in employment: 85.1
Overall rank: 12 
Bath has been voted number one for student satisfaction two years in a row – according to the National Student Surveys of 2013 and 2014. This satisfaction with degrees translates into positive job prospects. The careers service offered by the university has links with over 8,000 employers, including organisations such as Airbus, the World Bank and Nike.
6. King's College London
Per cent in employment: 85.7
Overall rank: 21
King's College London has built a strong reputation in the sciences, humanities and law and claims to be London's most central university, which could be particularly handy for job-seeking undergraduates. The university not only boasts high employment rates for graduates, but also high average starting salaries.
5. University of Birmingham
Per cent in employment: 86.5
Overall rank: 15 
This Russell Group university is known for its strong medicine and economics departments. It was also ranked in the top 12 most targeted universities by leading employers in the High Fliers Graduate Market in 2014 report.
4. University of Oxford
Per cent in employment: 81.9 
Overall rank: 2 
Rising from seventh place last year, Oxford University may come in at number two in the overall rankings, but the same cannot be said for its graduate prospects. Despite its fourth place ranking (which, admittedly, is still impressive), it boasts an outstanding record of alumni in positions of power – 26 British prime ministers attended the university.
3. University of Cambridge
Per cent in employment: 89
Overall rank: 1 
The CUG’s number one university sits in third place for graduate prospects. It is best known for producing revered international scientists, including Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Stephen Hawking. Unsurprisingly, it comes top for graduate prospects in the CUG list for maths and biosciences. It boasts 90 Nobel Prize winners.
2. Imperial College London
Per cent in employment: 90.8 
Overall rank: 4 
Falling from the top spot last year, Imperial College London specialises in science, engineering and maths. Civil engineering grads have gone on to work high-profile national and international engineering projects, which have recently included China's Three Gorges Dam, London's new Wembley Stadium and the new Antarctic research station, while the computing department has close ties to Microsoft, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and BT.
1. St. George’s, University of London
Per cent in employment: 93.4
Overall rank: 44 
The specialist medical and health care sciences school takes first place this year, with employment prospects for graduates rising from 89.4 per cent last year to 93.4 per cent this year, six months after graduating. It is the only UK university to share a campus with a teaching hospital, engaging its students in a professional environment throughout their degrees. 

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