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These 10 Universities Are The Best at Getting Their Graduates a Job

In an ideal world, doing any degree at any university would provide you with a strong chance of getting a graduate job. After all, tuition fees cost the same wherever you’re studying. But the fact of the matter is that some universities can offer you better career prospects than others.

Recognising this, The Guardian University Guide has ranked UK universities according to the employability of their graduates. Each university has been given a score that represents “the percentage of graduates who find graduate-level jobs, or are studying further, within six months of graduation.”

Here are the top 10.

1. Imperial College London

Score: 89.3

When the weather gets better ☀#sunshine#london#ukig

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2. University of Cambridge

Score: 88.6

Parade fun in the sun 🍦🌞#procrastigram #vscocam

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3. University Sussex

Score: 86.7

4. King’s College London

Score: 86.6

Explore #guyscampus though it's coming to the end of term in #kcl

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5. University College London

Score: 86.1

[20] Home stretch. Last week of full time studies! (Definitely a stretch.)

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6. University of Bath

Score: 85.1

Another tough day in Bath 😎🌞

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7. University of Birmingham

Score: 85.0

At least now I have an excuse to stare out of the window 🌞

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8. Loughborough University

Score: 84.4

9. London School of Economics

Score: 83.9

Old friend. . . . . . #LSE #londonschoolofeconomics #holborn

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10. University of Oxford

Score: 83.7

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Take a look at the complete rankings here.

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