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MIT, Stanford and UCLA have ranked top 3 for three consecutive years

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Today, QS announced the latest employment competitiveness ranking of 2022 graduates. It provides us with a relatively practical perspective to choose schools according to the employment prospects of graduates.

This ranking includes 550 universities, 50 more than last year, making it the largest ranking of graduates’ employment competitiveness in QS history.

The most representative countries in the rankings are the United States (90 universities), the UK (54 universities), Chinese mainland and Japan (each of which has 22 universities).

Specific indicators and weights

Employer reputation: 30%

Based on nearly 45000 responses from the QS employer survey, employers are asked to find out where their most competitive, innovative and efficient graduates come from.

Alumni performance of alumni: 25%

In total, QS analyzed more than 40000 of the world’s most innovative, creative, wealth, entrepreneurs and / or philanthropists to determine which universities are training people to change the world. Among them, undergraduate degree has higher weight than graduate degree, because it is believed that the early stage of higher education has a greater impact on individual employability.

Partnerships with employers per faculty: 25%

Use Elsevier’s Scopus database to determine which universities are successfully cooperating with global enterprises for sustainable and transformative research.

Consider job related partnerships reported by the organization and verified by the QS research team.

Employer / student connections: 10%

This includes the number of individual employers who actively participated in activities on the campus of a university in the past year and the number of opportunities they provided for motivated students to contact / obtain information (job fairs, organization of company speeches or any other self promotion activities).

Graduate employment rate: 10%

This includes measuring the proportion of graduates (excluding those who choose to continue their studies or are unable to work) working full-time or part-time within 12 months after graduation.

We can also see from the indicators that in addition to the simple employment rate data, QS pays more attention to the reputation of employers, the employment quality of students and the employment assistance that schools can provide for students. Of course, with the blessing of these factors, graduates have a high employment rate and good jobs, which is also a matter of water to canal.

This is very important for students who are still in the school selection stage, so this list is still worthy of your reference.


Source: QS World University ranking official wechat

The top three in the ranking remained unchanged for three consecutive years, all from the United States, namely MIT, Stanford University and the University of California, Los Angeles. Cornell University, another American University, rose to No. 9 this year from No. 12 last year.

MIT, Stanford University, Harvard University and Oxford University are the best universities in terms of employer reputation and alumni output, with a score of 100 points.

Paris Institute of technology, the newly merged and largest university in France, ranks 12th in the world, and its predecessor Paris Institute of technology ranked 18th in the last ranking.

Singapore has achieved the highest results in employer cooperation. In terms of academic cooperation, Singapore is also one of the top five countries. In order to measure the indicators in this regard, QS refers to Forbes 2000 global top enterprises. Belgium has an average of 50 cooperative enterprises per school, gradually leading in this index.

Among the 22 universities on China’s list, 11 have entered the world’s top 200 and 5 have entered the world’s top 100. Among them, Tsinghua University ranks among the world’s top 10 and ranks sixth.