Yes, our Middlesex University is now ranked among top 10 universities to add value for students through employability. It feels a sense of pride and a modest contributor in the the success.
Many people and organizations want to be successful. And they crave for success. It does give a sense of joy and upliftment. In addition, it is also important to be part of of someone else’s success story. I feel that we all should contribute to someone else’s success also in addition to our own success.
I have always been wanting to be part of a success story at our Middlesex University. Today is one such more day! Middlesex has been ranked among the top ten UK universities for graduate salaries in research conducted by a leading consultancy firm.
The report, carried out by Parthenon Group, showed that Middlesex is better than most of the Russell Group institutions on employment outcome.
We were ranked the eighth best University for ‘adding value’ for students by consistently helping them to get well-paid jobs. Other institutions to appear in the top ten list include LSE, Imperial College London, Cambridge, Oxford, UCL, Warwick, Kings College, Surrey, Bath and Bristol.
Katie Bell, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Chief Marketing Officer, said: “Middlesex’s ranking within the top ten of the ‘highest-value universities’ recognises our commitment to employability and can be attributed to the practical support we offer to prepare students to succeed in their chosen careers. “
“With students being asked to make a greater financial investment in their education, institutions will need to demonstrate how they can help students achieve their future goals.
“As this study shows, Middlesex students can feel confident they will be well equipped to compete for jobs in a global marketplace with expert advice from our careers service and academic staff, as well as opportunities to study abroad at one of our international campuses, or complete a work placement before they graduate.”
Parthenon looked at salaries students earned in the six months after graduating across many courses.
(adapted from the articles on the Times Higher Education website and the Middlesex University intranet).