The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) performance indicators published yesterday, show that 92.4% of graduates from the University are in employment or further study, within six months of graduating – slightly below the university’s benchmark of 93.5% and ranking the University 14th in the Russell Group of the UK’s top 24 research-led institutions.
Paul Redmond, Head of Careers and Employability said: “Our University is committed to developing the employability of its graduates and ranks 18th among leading UK universities targeted by top graduate employers, according to research by High Fliers.
“Our Careers and Employability Service offers a range of services designed to give students a competitive edge. These include workshops in which employers work directly with students, helping them gain a direct insight into contemporary recruitment and hiring practices and graduate ‘boot camps’ in which students network with employers while developing range of high-demand employability skills.
“We have also invested £2 million in a unique internship programme to give students access to local, regional and national employers.”
A full copy of the report is available on the HESA website.
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