Posted on 20/12/2016
Studying abroad is a fun ride, but eventually all students have to come down to reality and set out into the working world. The idea of providing employment concerns both universities and students. Students are more likely to study in universities that have the highest employability ranking-meaning universities that will support students to fetch a placement.
According to Global University Employability Ranking 2016, survey conducted by Times Higher Education (THE), there are number of predictors of employability, the most important being professional experience while the least being graduation from a top university. The survey found out that employability skills are most important in corporate and business roles. In fact, an institution’s faculty, infrastructure, academic profile goes a long way in equipping students with the right set of skills to work and grow in professional environment.