New statistics from the Department for Education have shown that the Bishop Grosseteste University has the highest proportion of graduates in work or further study three years after graduating.
According to the figures released by the Department for Education, 88% of students who graduated from the university in 2012-13 were either employed or continuing their education a year later.
The study looked at all of the UK’s Russell Group universities, which included the likes of University of Oxford, University College London, University of Cambridge and Durham University.
The figures are the second in a series of higher education data releases from the Department for Education’s new Longitudinal Education Outcomes dataset.
BGU – which is one of two public universities in the city of Lincoln, England – was found to have the highest proportion of graduates in work or study across the UK, alongside St George’s Hospital Medical School in London, which also had 88% of graduates in employment or further education after a year. Read More