The ranking is based on 5 criteria: The popularity of the employer; Output of alumni; Cooperation with employers; Employer Network and Graduate Employment.
1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
MIT is a private research university located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. MIT is proud to lead in many areas of Science such as Mathematics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering and Physics. These are the areas that have helped the school get to 81 Nobel laureates and 45 academics.
MIT is the best university in the world for student employment opportunities. The employment rate is 79.3% and students have an average income of about 114,000 USD
MIT is the best university in the world for student employment opportunities. The employment rate is 79.3% and students have an average income of about 114,000 USD.
2. Stanford University
Stanford University in the state of California, USA is famous for its second largest campus in the world, with teaching strengths in the fields of Mathematics and Science. This school has produced 30 billionaires and 17 astronauts. The average salary of graduates is about 112,000 USD.
3. University of California, Los Angeles UCLA
UCLA's curriculum is highly ranked; Most Ph.D. programs. among the 20 highest quality schools in the US according to statistics of the National Research Council.
The school's acceptance rate for the class of 2025 is 14.3%. Graduates have an average salary of about 85,000 USD.
Graduates have an average salary of about 85,000 USD.
4. University of Sydney
The University of Sydney in the top 4 in the graduate employability rankings is the University of Sydney with an overall score of 98.1. This is the training cradle of John Howard - former Prime Minister of Australia, John Cornforth - Nobel Prize-winning scientist in Chemistry, Bob May - British professor and leading scientist, James Wolfensohn - former President of the World Bank gender.
It is a leading research university in Australia, renowned for its teaching excellence. This is also one of two Australian universities that are members of the Association of Leading Universities in the Pacific.
5. Harvard University
Harvard is world-famous not only for its perfect education system, with prestigious faculty and excellent students, but also for being the richest school in the world, with a revenue of about $4,500. 4 billion USD/year.
The graduate salary of Harvard students is about 89,700 USD.