When it comes to deciding where to study, employability is becoming an increasingly important factor. Quite simply, students and parents want to know that the often-high costs of a degree-level education will lead to a beneficial outcome when it comes to stepping onto, and climbing, the career ladder.
Now in its 11th year, the annual Global Employability University Ranking and Survey (GEURS), run by HR consultancy Emerging and published by Times Higher Education (THE), shows that increasingly, employers are looking for graduates with strong digital literacy and subject specialism skills.
Emerging is an HR consultancy specialized in the relations between corporate companies and institutions of Higher Education, and focused on optimizing recruitment and the integration of young talents.
Emerging produces the Global Employability University Ranking since 2010.
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Our press report is available in PDF format.
The GEURS methodology in PDF format.