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The data shows 94.4 per cent of University of Exeter Business School students have successfully secured a graduate level job or have progressed to postgraduate study.

University of Exeter Business School among best in the country for graduate outcomes

The University of Exeter Business School is among the best business schools in the country for graduate outcomes after new statistics show almost all graduates quickly progress to graduate level work or study.*

New data which reveals what graduates are doing six months after receiving their degree shows 94.4 per cent of University of Exeter Business School students have successfully secured a graduate level job or have progressed to postgraduate study. For those completing a degree in Business & Management the figure is 100 per cent.

Professor David Boughey, Associate Dean (Education) said: “This is a truly excellent achievement, and testament to both the education provision and the incredible careers support we give our students. We help our students to achieve their full potential from the moment they arrive at Exeter and this data shows this work is making a meaningful difference to our students as they embark upon their professional lives.”

The statistics, from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) 2016/17 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey, also show overall 85.5 per cent of University of Exeter graduates are either in graduate level employment or undertaking graduate level study within six months.

Professor David Bruce Allen, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of the University of Exeter Business School, said: “We are delighted to be among the best business schools in the UK for graduate outcomes. Our innovative courses are taught by world-leading academics, and are carefully designed to prepare students for the challenges of work and provide them with the skills they need to make a positive impact in the world. The data also indicates the high regard in which the University of Exeter Business School is held by employers.”

*Based on Economics, Management Studies, Business studies, Accounting and Finance HESA DLHE data 2016/17 analysis

Source:

HESA DLHE Record 2016/17

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Date: 1 August 2018

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