BYU joins likes of Harvard, Princeton and Yale in top 15
Recruiters at top companies around the world think very highly of BYU graduates, according to a new ranking produced by Times Higher Education.
As part of their World University Rankings, the global higher education analysts asked companies which universities are the best at preparing students for the workplace. BYU was ranked No. 13 in the United States and No. 39 in the world.
BYU joins the likes of Cal-Tech (No. 1), Harvard, Columbia, Yale and Princeton in the Top 15, landing just below Duke and just above UCLA in the Global University Employability Rankings. BYU is one of only 35 US-based universities ranked in the Global top 150.
Universities on the global employability list come from 33 countries. According to Times Higher Education, employers voted both for institutions in their own country and universities around the world if they recruit internationally.
BYU was ranked No. 11 in the eyes of recruiters in a similar ranking carried out by The Wall Street Journal in previous years.
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