Times Higher Education has published its annual "Global University Employability Survey," a ranking of universities that turn out graduates with the best job prospects.
The data was collected from a wide-ranging survey of recruiters and managing directors and based on a variety of weighted factors that can make a graduate employable.
The skills and experiences deemed most important for employability were professional experience, a high degree of specialisation, proficiency in at least two foreign languages, extracurricular activities, an excellent academic record, and graduation from a "top" university.
While universities in the US, the UK, and Japan dominate the top of the ranking, there's also room for institutes in other parts of Europe, North America, and Asia.
Take a look.
21. HEC Paris, France — The French business school specialises in education and research in business management. It scores particularly highly in the 2016 World University Ranking for its international outlook.
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20. Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan — Like many institutions near the top of the list, Tokyo Tech specialises in science and engineering. Students work as laboratory members, and often collaborate with senior researchers.
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19. University of California at Berkeley, US — The public research university is regarded as one of the most prestigious state universities in the US. Its faculty has won 19 Nobel Prizes, mostly in physics, chemistry, and economics.
18. McGill University, Montreal, Canada — One of just three English-language universities in French-speaking Quebec, McGill enrolls roughly 40,000 students. It was established in 1829 as a faculty of medicine, and it continues to specialise in that area.