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20.07.10. Surrey tops graduate employment table, London South Bank languishes at bottom

Graduate employment rates vary widely between universities, according to figures published today. The proportion of graduates who say they are working or studying six months after graduation ranges from 100 per cent at The School of Pharmacy to 74.4 per cent at London South Bank University. Data published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency show that the top-performing university is the University of Surrey, where 96.9 per cent of those obtaining first degrees from full-time courses in 2008-09 were employed or in further study, followed by Robert Gordon University (95.9 per cent) and the University of Cambridge (95.2 per cent). Read full text THE here.