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LSE students have 'best' graduate job prospects
Tuesday, 19 May 2009
Life after graduation
The Guardian has recently said in a newly-published guide that students at the London School of Economics (LSE) have the best prospects for getting a graduate job.
The higher education establishment was also rated as the fifth best university, taking into account its teaching standards and student satisfaction on top of graduate job prospects.
The rankings, in the Guardian's University Guide 2010, assesses 117 different universities all over the country and those in London with high graduate job ambitions may wish to look into LSE when considering which institution to study at.
Janet Hartley, pro-director of teaching and learning at the university, said: "Our graduates are in great demand so it is gratifying to see this acknowledged."
Lloyd Russell-Moyle, the secretary and treasurer of the University of Bradford's National Union of Students branch recently told graduates of the institution not to be pessimistic about job prospects.
He told the Bradford Telegraph and Argus that the university has "one of the highest employability rates for finding work within six to 12 months of graduating".