In view of the shifts and transformations which we observe in the corporate marketplace, employability is an essential criterium, playing an important role in the assessment of universities. 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.
Employability is also a tool for universities who need to refine their curriculum, with the aim to successfully educate their future graduates and stay competitive in a changing world.
Now in its 12th year, the annual Global Employability University Ranking and Survey (GEURS), produced by HR consultancy Emerging and published by Times Higher Education (THE), shows which universities are adapting better or faster to the evolutions of the corporate market. The GEURS ranking lists the TOP 250 universities worldwide for employability.
The 2022 survey also points out that increasingly, employers are looking for graduates with strong digital literacy and subject specialism skills.
GEURS is now the first most consulted ranking by international employers.
Our press report is available in PDF format.
The GEURS 2022 information and methodology pack in PDF format.
Emerging is an HR consultancy dedicated to helping corporate clients optimise recruitment and establish tailored partnerships with institutions of Higher Education. As a pioneer in promoting the employability of young graduates and professionals, its experts work side by side with senior leaders from the world's top corporate and academic organisations.
Emerging produces the Global Employability University Ranking and Survey every year since 2010, as a global research project on employability. It is a unique source of information and a dynamic tool guiding professionals in Higher Education, students, and companies alike.
Your contact at Emerging:
Sandrine BELLOC | firstname.lastname@example.org