New Employability Ranking from Emerging

The latest edition of GEURS, or Global Employability University Ranking and Survey, has just been published by Emerging, a Paris-based consulting firm. It is based on a survey of international employers in 21 countries conducted by Trendence, an independent polling company and is published by Times Higher Education (THE).

At the top, the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has replaced the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The top 30 contains twelve universities located in the USA, four in the UK, three in France, two each in Mainland China and Switzerland, and one each in Japan, Singapore, Canada, Germany, Spain, India, and Hong Kong,

Among the institutions that have risen significantly since last year are Zhejiang University, the University of Chicago, Dartmouth College, Tsinghua University, Imperial College London, and Ecole Polytechnique – Institut Polytechnique de Paris. Falling universities include KTH Royal Institute of Technology, the University of Helsinki, Michigan State University, and the University of Edinburgh.

The current top ten universities are:

  1. California Institute of Technology, USA
  2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  3. Stanford University, USA
  4. University of Cambridge, UK
  5. Harvard University, USA
  6. Princeton University, USA
  7. University of Tokyo, Japan
  8. University of Oxford, UK
  9. National University of Singapore
  10. Yale University, USA.





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