Robert Gordon University ranked Top University for Employment

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Robert Gordon University ranked Top University for Employment

24 July 2018

Robert Gordon University (RGU) have been ranked as the top university in Scotland and 4th in the UK for employment as per the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey. 97.6% of RGU graduates are in work or further study six months after leaving the university.

Located in Aberdeen (Scotland), the university have an international reputation for management, health, energy and technology courses. Many of the courses include work placement providing students an opportunity to enhance their learning by gaining essential professional skills.

The latest HESA results indicate that RGU have strong links with employers across all sectors ensuring that courses are tailored to meet the industrial needs thus consistently preparing the students for the workplace. The DLHE survey measures the types of employment or further study and the income of the graduates six months after qualifying from the course.

To meet the shifting educational environment as well as the ever-changing industry and required skills, RGU

  • have invested in an Employability and Professional Enrichment hub recently to implement innovation in employability, learning and professional enrichment
  • support the graduates employability throughout their careers and offer a lifelong partnership in professional development
  • have introduced an Innovation Skills Programme to equip students with essential proficiency for the contemporary jobs and industries

 If you wish to study in one of the top Universities in the UK, Robert Gordon University and want to learn more about admission process, courses available and scholarships, then arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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