University of Stirling best in Scotland for graduate employment
11 July 2016
The University of Stirling has finished top in Scotland third in the UK for graduates finding work after the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) released their latest findings.
Almost 97% of Stirling graduates were in positive employment or further study six months after graduation, an increase of 0.8% on last year.
Principal and vice-chancellor of the university, Professor Gerry McCormac, said: “In delivering high quality, relevant and innovative academic courses, we aim to equip all of our students with lifelong knowledge and skills that ensure their readiness for life after university.”
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