The survey found 70% of students use the Careers & Employability Service
The University of Liverpool’s Careers & Employability Service has been ranked second for student usage in the annual UK Graduate Careers Survey with The Times.
The survey, which compares the top 30 university careers services in the UK, revealed that 70% of students at the University of Liverpool use the service, placing it ahead of the University of Cambridge and Aston University.
The UK Graduate Careers Survey is conducted by High Fliers Research – an independent company that specialises in student and graduate research – for The Times newspaper.
Dr Paul Redmond, Head of Careers & Employability Service, said: “This is a fantastic achievement which goes to show how valued the Careers & Employability Service is by our students.
“The whole team works hard to build and maintain close links with top graduate recruiters, and rankings like this clearly demonstrate the importance of the service to our students.
“The University of Liverpool has a reputation for delivering excellence and graduate recruiters have long valued our students, our degree courses and our University.”
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