Trinity College Dublin is the main Irish college to show up in the 2014 Global Employability University Ranking.
The index positions the world’s main 150 colleges as far as their graduates’ employability.
Trinity positioned 110th on the worldwide and 53rd in Europe for employability.
The college’s executive, Patrick Prendergast, said the positioning puts Trinity among the best colleges on the worldwide. He said the university is “conveying for Ireland at the most ranked global levels”.
“To guarantee Ireland’s monetary recuperation proceeds with, and to fabricate a stronger society, we have to put resources into advanced education where the conditions for new undertaking and participatory citizenship are produced by our graduates,” Dr Prendergast said.
“With the most youthful demographic in Europe, Ireland is preferably set to make another era of occupation makers and captivated worldwide nationals. The most recent positioning verifies the nature of a Trinity training which puts understudy focused learning at the heart of our scholarly mission.”
The rankings were gathered by looking over what 4,500 enrollment specialists from real organizations in 20 separate nations are searching for in college frameworks round the world.
More than 55pc of the members spoke to organizations with in overabundance of 1,000 workers.
Irish employers were excluded in the overview, so the results reflect worldwide employability just.
The study was directed by the French HR consultancy Emerging and German surveying establishment Trendence.
It concentrated more on reasonable aptitudes as opposed to scholastic accomplishment and R&d.
Irish colleges have been on something of a slide in the rankings as of late.
In the most recent Times Higher Education Rankings, Trinity – Ireland’s most ranked positioned college – tumbled to 138th spot from 129th.