Top UK University for Employment Success

The following UK universities perform very well for graduate employment:

Aston University
- Rated as a Top 10 UK University for "Graduate Level" employment success (Times, Sunday Times, Guardian, Complete University Guides 2009 taken from HESA DLHE data).

Thames Valley University
- Named No. 1 for graduate employment (Times Higher Education, July 2008). 94.8% of graduates from TVU were employed or in full-time education within six months of leaving their course, which exceeds the university’s benchmark figure of 89.8% by 5%, making TVU the best in the country in this respect for graduate recruitment.

Queen Mary, University of London
- According to the Employment Performance Indicators in Higher Education 2002/3 published by HESA, Queen Mary performs better than sector average (92.5%) for student employment following graduation. 94.8% of Queen Mary students are in employment or further study six months after graduation. It is over 2% higher than the national average.

The Robert Gordon University
- The Sunday Times University Guide 2006 has ranked RGU 1st for graduate employment in the UK, combining both the lowest level of unemployment (1.9%) with one of the best rates of employment in graduate-level jobs (86.4%).

The University of Nottingham
- The employment record of Nottingham’s graduates is one of the UK’s best, with top graduate employers regularly targeting the University for recruitment.

Heriot-Watt University
- The University has an excellent record of preparing students for graduate careers or further study and maintains a strong position near the top of the university employment league tables. It is placed 13th for graduate employment in the 2008 Sunday Times League Tables.

Edinburgh Napier University
- Edinburgh Napier graduates have one of the best employment prospects of all Scottish universities (Higher Education Statistics Agency, 2009), with over 97% entering employment or further study within 6 months of graduating.

The University of East Anglia
- 93.7% of UEA students go into employment or education six months after studying, scoring better than Oxford and Cambridge, Norwich Evening News 2009 (Based on the official HESA Employment Performance Indicator).