22 November 2016
Times Higher Education have published their annual Global University Employability Ranking, with the Oxbridge pair of Cambridge and Oxford occupying the top two positions.
Cambridge topped the table due to a large number of its alumni occupying influential positions of power across the world. Oxford, for similar reasons, placed highly because of the number of British Prem Ministers, Nobel prize winners and Olympic medallists amongst its past graduates.
Elsewhere, half of the top ten – London School of Economics, Imperial College London, King’s College London, University College London and London Business School - were from London, with universities in Manchester, Edinburgh and Bristol occupying the other positions.
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1. University of Cambridge
2. University of Oxford
3. London School of Economics
4. University of Manchester
5. Imperial College London
6. King’s College London
7. University of Edinburgh
8. University College London
= 9. London Business School
= 9. University of Bristol
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