University of Leeds is at 7th place in the annual survey prepared by High Fliers Research. The rankings are based on the number of top graduate recruiters at recruitment presentations, career fairs or other local university promotions during the current year.
High Fliers Research have been conducting detailed research into the graduate recruitment market in the UK, providing the country’s leading employers with a unique insight into the attitudes and aspirations of final year university students for the last 25 years.
“To be in the top ten of this prestigious survey indicates that our students are highly attractive to leading employers in terms of jobs and paid work experience.”
Jane Campbell, Head of Student Careers at the University of Leeds
University of Leeds works closely with students to build their skills for working life and beyond. This is to help them find work placements and internships which is very critical in getting a job after graduating, so the university has been offering a range of opportunities to further increase their experience and skills.
“We were so well prepped for getting year in industry and paid work experience placements that when it came to applying for graduate schemes, I felt I’d already had lots of practice."
Ornusa McTighe, Graduate Engineer at the University of Leeds
The top ten universities most targeted by Britain's top graduate employers in 2019-20, confirmed by the latest High Fliers report, are Manchester, Birmingham, Warwick, Bristol, Cambridge, Nottingham, Leeds, University College London, Sheffield and Oxford.
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