Cambridge University has come top of a global alliance table distributed today positioning organizations on the employability of their graduates.
The college climbs from third place a year ago – thumping Oxford University, which moves down to fourth place, off the top spot. Be that as it may, the coordinators of the alliance table – French human assets consultancy Emerging and German surveying establishment Trendence – have issued a cautioning to Western colleges that Asian establishments could be going to thump them off their roost.
The table demonstrates the extent of Asian colleges in the main 150 has multiplied in the previous four years from 10 every penny to 20 per cent.
Britain’s top 10 for employment
(Global positions given in brackets)
1 Cambridge (1st)
2 Oxford (4th)
3 University College London (14th)
4 Imperial College London (15th)
5 Edinburgh (18th)
6 Manchester (25th)
7 King’s College London (35th)
8 London School of Economics (44th)
9 Birmingham (60th)
10 Nottingham (63rd)