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Top Universities In Sweden Producing The Most Employable Graduates 2018

In total, 4 Swedish universities appear in the Global University Employability Ranking 2018, a new report on world rankings suggests. Stockholm University came out as the top university for graduate employability in Sweden, followed by Lund University. The 2018 rankings placed KTH Royal Institute of Technology in third ahead of the Karolinska Institute into fourth.

The ranking reveals which institutions recruiters at top companies think are the best at preparing students for the workplace. US universities dominate the top of the list, with Harvard University, California Institute of Technology (Caltech), or Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) snatched the top seats again. See the full results of the top 150 colleges and universities for employability, 2018.

Top Universities In Sweden Producing The Most Employable Graduates 2018

1. Stockholm University
2. Lund University
3. KTH Royal Institute of Technology
4. Karolinska Institute

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Global: Top 10 for employability, 2018

1. Harvard University
2. California Institute of Technology
3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
4. University of Cambridge
5. Stanford University
6. Technical University of Munich
7. Princeton University
8. Yale University
9. The University of Tokyo
10. National University of Singapore

Also read:

Top 150 Colleges And Universities For Employability, 2018.
Top 10 Universities In The Nordic Countries Ranked By Employers 2018.

Emma London

Emma London

Associate Editor
Emma London is the Associate Editor at CEOWORLD magazine. She covers lists, rankings, economy, geopolitics, global banking, fintech, digitization of money, and the future of finance for CEOWORLD magazine. She’s also a member of the Board of Directors at the Global Business Policy Institute. Prior to that, Emma was the ultra-high net worth (UHNW) valuations subject matter expert at CEOWORLD magazine, mentoring research teams in valuations’ techniques, and was involved in product development for ultra high net worth (UHNW) and high net worth (HNW) dossier creation, currently heading research operations at the Global Business Policy Institute. She can be reached on email emma-london@ceoworld.biz. You can follow her on Twitter at @ceoworld.