Graduate jobs: Best universities for high starting salaries

Mon, 10/09/2012 - 12:04 -- nick

These figures – published this week on the Which? University site – were disclosed after universities and colleges were ordered by ministers to provide data on everything from where their students end up working and how much they earn, to the amount of contact undergraduates can expect with professors and how much it costs to live in halls of residence.

Institutions are ranked by average yearly salary six months after graduation.


10. City University London – £23,674

9. Queen Mary London – £23,961

8. University of Oxford – £24,773

7. King's College London – £24,798

6. University of Cambridge – £24,926

5. Royal Veterinary College – £24,936

4. University College London – £25,020

3. St George's London – £27,015

2. Imperial College London – £28,831

1. London School of Economics – £28,968


Via the Daily Telegraph

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