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Which University’s Graduates Earn the Highest Salaries?

16/01/2015

New research from salary research company Emolument.com shows which universities produce the top-earning graduates on average. Take a look at who’s on the list!

Which University’s Graduates Earn the Highest Salaries?

London Business School came out top for average salaries for its graduates five years after leaving university to explore the wide world of work.

Here are the big earners on the graduate scene:

 

Graduate salaries by university (Emolument.com)


1. London Business School: £69,000
2. Oxford University: £54,000
3. Warwick Business School: £53,000
4. Cambridge University: £52,500
5. Cass Business School: £50,500
6. LSE London School of Economics: £50,000
7. University of Sheffield: £49,000
8. Edinburgh University: £48,500
9. Imperial College London: £47,000
10. University of Birmingham: £46,500
11. University of London: £45,500
12. Durham University: £45,000
13. University of Bath: £43,500
14. Aston University: £43,000
15. Warwick University: £42,500
16. Bristol University: £41,000
17. UCL University College London: £40,500
18. Loughborough University: £40,500
19. University of Leeds: £40,500
20. University of Nottingham: £40,000

 

By Jos Weale, Editor, AllAboutFinanceCareers.com