In total, SIX universities fro the Netherlands appear in the Global University Employability Ranking 2018, a new report on world rankings suggests. Delft University of Technology came out as the top university for graduate employability in the Netherlands, followed by Erasmus University Rotterdam and Leiden University. The 2018 rankings placed Utrecht University in fourth ahead of the Eindhoven University of Technology into fifth.
From the top 150 universities for employability, the Delft University of Technology is the highest Netherlands-ranked university in 55th place, with Erasmus University Rotterdam in 87th. Leiden University is in 95th place.
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.
Which universities will really impress the boss?
Top Universities In the Netherlands Producing The Most Employable Graduates 2018
1. Delft University of Technology (#55th)
2. Erasmus University Rotterdam (#87th)
3. Leiden University (#95th)
4. Utrecht University (#96th)
5. Eindhoven University of Technology (#128th)
6. University of Amsterdam (#150th)
Infographic: Top Universities In The Netherlands Producing The Most Employable Graduates 2018
What’s the best university name in the world to put on a job application?
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
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