California Universities in the Times Higher Education Employability Rankings

The Times Higher Education Employability Rankings have come out, and, as usual, we list the top ten, followed by the California University campus rankings.   We list the United States Rankings.  The top 10 include Cal Tech and Stanford.  The rankings are determined by the recruiters from top companies.  (My guess is that the rankings may be weighted by the percentage of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) majors.)

Oddly, the international rankings, which are given later, use an international panel of managing directors, start out with Cal Tech and MIT.

Schools which are in ties for their ranking will be indicated by equal (=) signs.

1    New York University

2   Harvard U.

3   Princeton U.

4   California Institute of Technology

5   Stanford U.

6   Boston U.

7   Yale U.

8   U. of Florida

9   Arizona State U.

10  Massachusetts Institute of Technology

=11 UCLA

25   UC Berkeley

=26 UC San Francisco

=46 U. of Southern California

=54 UC San Diego

=66 UC Davis

=66 UC Irvine

=73 UC Santa Barbara

=78 UC Riverside

=78 UC Santa Cruz

Top 10 International Universities, and UC Campuses:

1   Cal Tech

2   MIT

3   Harvard

4   U. Cambridge

5   Stanford

6   Yale

7   U. Oxford

8   Technical U. of Munich

9   Princeton

10  U. Tokyo

19  UC Berkeley

41  UCLA

60  UC San Francisco

80  UC San Diego

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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