QS Top Universities has released its first full edition of the QS Graduate Employability Rankings.
The results show which universities are best at supporting strong career outcomes, it said.
“Which universities are best at creating student-employer connections? Which claim the most impressive alumni outcomes, or the strongest reputation among employers?” it said.
“The QS Graduate Employability Rankings 2017 celebrates 300 leading institutions in this field, based on five key aspects of graduate employability.
- Employer reputation (30%)
- Alumni outcomes (20%)
- Employer partnerships (25%)
- Employer-student connections (15%)
- Graduate employment rate (10%)
The latest rankings are detailed in the table below.
|2||Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)||USA|
|4||The University of Sydney||Australia|
|5||University of Cambridge||UK|
|8||University of Oxford||UK|
|9||University of California, Berkeley||USA|
|101-150||University of Cape Town||SA|
|201+||University of Witwatersrand||SA|