Employability | Which universities are your next graduate hires likely to come from?

Which universities are your next graduate hires likely to come from?

One of the first things that a hiring manager might look for on a candidate’s CV is their educational history. Things like which university they went to, what degree they completed and what relevant work experience they have undertaken is crucial in understanding if an individual is suitable for a role.

Therefore, new research revealing the top universities for sourcing graduate talent might be of interest for recruiters and hirers thinking of making their own job easier and finding candidates who, according to research, are highly employable.

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Comments (1)

  • manjula Nanayakkara1
    manjula Nanayakkara1
    Thu, 1 Nov 2018 1:28am GMT
    The rank of employment from the each university suggest it is more a promotion to invest for better R.O.I.
    From the employer perspective it is the contast of the culture and knowledge brings the new thinking towards better management skills .