Top 10 UK Universities for Graduate Prospects
Graduate Prospects* measures how employable students are on leaving university, based on the numbers in graduate-level jobs or study six months later. Employability is a key focus for universities, with careers support and work experience to build key skills for employment. View the Top Ten below, or click here for the full list.
*Data from DLHE 2015–16 survey.
=10. University of Exeter and King's College London
Joint tenth are the University of Exeter and King’s College London. King's College scores highly for Research Quality, with alumni that include Professor Peter Higgs, physics Nobel Prize winner in 2013. Exeter has gold-rated teaching (TEF 2017); its graduates may hope to emulate former student, J.K. Rowling – though while at Exeter she was such an avid reader she was fined £50 for overdue books...