2017 Top 20 Employable Universities In UK: Academics Agree [VIDEO]


The latest university employability table is now at rounds in the internet. Incredibly, 3 universities from UK hit the global list within the first 20 university bracket. In UK alone, here are the top 20 employable universities in 2017 as per UK academics' nod.

In other ranking by the research at QS, the strong influence for increasing the universities' employability rate is the bulk of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) coverage in their systems. The full exposure to STEM discipline openly nurtures student's employability in the future, the Guardian reported.

The latest ranking based on the survey of local recruiters is considered timely by many academics as it shortly precludes Theresa May's £2 billion yearly pledge to science and tech RD. Nevertheless, the inclusion of the two universities, Cambridge and Oxford in the QS global employability ranking gives best projections for future academic investments in UK, ITPRO reported.

Here are the 2017 top 20 employable universities in the UK:

1. University of Cambridge

 2. University of Oxford

 3. London School of Economics

 4. University of Manchester

 5. Imperial College London

 6. King's College London

 7. University of Edinburgh

 8. University College London

 9. London Business School

 10.  University of Bristol

 11.  University of St. Andrews

 12.  City University London

 13.  University of Leeds

 14.  Cardiff University

 15.  The Open University

 16.  University of Durham

 17.  University of York

 18.  London College Law

 19.  Manchester Business School

 20. University of Liverpool

 Besides the conspicuous influence of STEM in these college's systems, the competence of their arts and letters domain were also taken into consideration. By any possible instance, these schools have had made certain links in the industrial hub. Accordingly, these ranked universities promise high employability for their graduate students not only inside UK, but outside as well.

Even before the UK academics could nod, the survey results have had been proven correct and reliable by the media filters.

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