The number one institution on CEOWORLD magazine’s list of the world’s best universities with internationally employable graduates was the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
As it turns out, MIT graduates are among the most employable in the world, followed by Harvard, Stanford, Caltech, and Yale, according to the rankings.
CEOWORLD magazine, the world’s leading business publication that ranks colleges and universities, recently released its list of universities that produce graduates most sought-after by employers.
In forming its rankings, magazine used results from a survey of 42,000 hiring managers from large global companies in 52 countries and a 2nd panel of 34,000 senior executives and mid-level managers around the world.
Each company had more than 2,500 employees and recruited more than 25 graduates a year. Graduates from American universities dominated this year’s results. Of the top 10 universities on the list, 6 are based in the U.S. – including the top 5—while U.S. institutions make up 27 of the top 100.
Internationally employable graduates: which universities best prepare students for the graduate world?
The World’s Best Universities For Executive Employability, 2017
|1||MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology||US||98|
|4||Caltech - California Institute of Technology||US||97.6|
|6||University of Cambridge||UK||97.3|
|7||TUM - Technical University of Munich||Germany||97.1|
|8||UTokyo - University of Tokyo||Japan||97|
|9||University of Oxford||UK||96.9|
|11||Hong Kong University of Science and Technology||Hong Kong||96.6|
|13||National University of Singapore||Singapore||96.3|
|14||University of Toronto||Canada||96.2|
|17||University of California, Berkeley||US||95.8|
|18||Imperial College London||UK||95.6|
|20||King’s College London||UK||95.2|
|22||University of Manchester||UK||95|
|23||Tokyo Institute of Technology||Japan||94.7|
|25||Australian National University||Australia||94.5|
|26||Brigham Young University||US||94.4|
|27||Johns Hopkins University||US||94.3|
|29||ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich||Switzerland||94|
|32||New York Universit||US||93.6|
|33||Indian Institute of Science||India||93.3|
|35||École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne||Switzerland||92.6|
|36||École Normale Supérieure||France||92.5|
|38||University of Edinburgh||UK||92.3|
|42||London School of Economics and Political Science||US||91.8|
|43||University of Melbourne||Australia||91.7|
|44||University of California, Los Angeles||US||91.5|
|45||University of Montreal/HEC||Canada||91.3|
|47||University College London||UK||91|
|48||University of Sydney||Australia||90.9|
|49||Goethe University Frankfurt||Germany||90.8|
|50||University of British Columbia||Canada||90.7|
|52||University of California, San Francisco||US||90.2|
|54||University of Copenhagen||Denmark||89.7|
|56||Carnegie Mellon University||US||89.4|
|59||University of Chicago||US||88.2|
|60||Shanghai Jiao Tong University||China||88.1|
|63||Humboldt University of Berlin||Germany||87.6|
|64||Hebrew University of Jerusalem||Israel||87.5|
|65||University of Helsinki||Finland||87.3|
|66||University of Zurich||Switzerland||87.1|
|67||Frankfurt School of Finance and Management||Germany||86.9|
|68||University of Navarra||Spain||86.7|
|69||University of New South Wales||Australia||86.6|
|71||ESSEC Business School||France||86.3|
|72||Technical University of Denmark||Denmark||85.8|
|73||Delft University of Technology||Netherlands||85.7|
|74||University Commerciale Luigi Bocconi||Italy||85.6|
|75||University of California, San Diego||US||85.4|
|78||University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong||84.7|
|79||National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech)||Taiwan||84.5|
|80||University of São Paulo||Brazil||84.2|
|81||Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)||South Korea||83.9|
|82||University of Bristol||UK||83.6|
|83||Pierre and Marie Curie University||France||83.3|
|84||Michigan State University||US||83|
|85||Chinese University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong||82.7|
|86||Karlsruhe Institute of Technology||Germany||82.6|
|87||University of Birmingham||UK||82.4|
|88||University of Southern California||US||82.1|
|89||Eindhoven University of Technology||Netherlands||82|
|90||University Ramón Llull||Spain||80.7|
|91||University of Nottingham||UK||80.5|
|92||Erasmus University Rotterdam||Netherlands||80.4|
|94||University of Pennsylvania||US||79.8|
|96||University of Göttingen||Germany||79.6|
|97||University of Lausanne||Switzerland||79.2|
|98||Technical University of Berlin||Germany||78.3|
|100||KTH Royal Institute of Technology||Sweden||78|
|102||Texas A&M University||US||77.5|
|105||Georgia Institute of Technolog||US||77.1|
|108||Free University of Berlin||Germany||76.7|
|109||University of Groningen||Netherlands||76.4|
|111||Nanyang Technological University||Singapore||76.1|
|112||University of Texas at Austin||US||76|
|113||University of Bern||Switzerland||75.9|
|114||Seoul National University||South Korea||75.8|
|115||Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education||Mexic||75.7|
|116||University of Washington||US||75.2|
|117||Ohio State University||US||75.1|
|119||Polytechnic University of Milan||Italy||74.8|
|121||University of Michigan||US||74.5|
|122||RWTH Aachen University||Germany||74.3|
|123||Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey||US||74.2|
|124||Technion Israel Institute of Technology||Israel||74|
|125||University of Florida||US||73.8|
|126||Tel Aviv University||Israel||73.7|
|127||University of Wisconsin-Madison||US||73.6|
|128||Pohang University of Science and Technology||South Korea||73.2|
|129||University of Alberta||Canada||72.8|
|131||University of Geneva||Switzerland||72.6|
|132||University of Auckland||New Zealand||72.4|
|133||Saint Petersburg State University||Russia||72.3|
|134||Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa||Ital||72.1|
|135||University of Basel||Switzerland||72|
|137||National Taiwan University||Taiwan||71.7|
|138||University of Oslo||Norway||71.5|
|139||Lomonosov Moscow State University||Russia||71.2|
|140||Trinity College Dublin||Ireland||71|
|141||University of Malaya (UM)||Malaysia||70.9|
|142||National Tsing Hua University||Taiwan||70.7|
|143||University of Science and Technology of China||China||70.5|
|144||City University of Hong Kong||Hong Kong||70.1|
|145||American-University of Dubai||UAE||70|
|146||University of Iceland||Iceland||68.7|
|147||National Autonomous University of Mexico||Mexico||68.6|
|148||University of Vienna||Austria||68.3|
|149||University of Buenos Aires||Argentina||67.5|
|150||King Abdulaziz University||Saudi Arabia||67.2|
The World’s Best Universities For Executive Employability, 2017 by the CEOWORLD magazine is based on 3 major indicators of quality, overall Score (100%) is the sum of:
1) Job placement rate
2) Academic reputation
3) Recruiter feedback
Data for these indicators was collected from publicly available sources, university’s website, our research, and survey. It measures the quality of education, job placements of graduates, and the recruiters feedback, without relying on university data submissions.
Hiring managers from large global companies, senior executives, and mid-level managers were asked to rate universities on a scale of 1 “marginal” to 100 “outstanding” or “don’t know.”
However, this is by no means a comprehensive list, while the universities above are the “World’s Best Universities For Executive Employability, 2017,” according to the CEOWORLD magazine — there may be many other universities that offer excellent programs.
* This rankings should not be viewed as the most important aspect when choosing a university, and are simply one element to consider.
* The top-ranked university receives 100 points.
* The rankings are the result of a rigorous analytical exercise, incorporating multiple data sources, without relying on university data submissions.
* Detailed survey data and information collected directly from 76,000 individuals, across three data points.
* Surveys completed by 42,000 hiring managers from large global companies, 22,000 senior executives, and 12,000 mid-level managers around the world.
* Magazine surveyed 76,000 people in 52 countries between 12nd September and 16th December 2016.
*The overall score are numerical scores given to the universities based on hiring managers, senior executives, and mid-level managers feedback — measuring the quality of the university. Overall scores are out of 100.
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The margin of sampling error for the full sample of 76.000 respondents is plus or minus 1.4 percentage points. In addition to sampling error, one should bear in mind that as in all survey research, there are possible sources of error—such as coverage, nonresponse and measurement error——that could affect the results.