Published September 13, 2017

Five Chinese Unis Ranked Among World's 50 Best For Landing A Job

By Ben Cost

You read the news enough and college seems synonymous with safe spaces, 20-year-olds taking scheduled nap times in footie pajamas, and doctorates in Gender Dance Theory. Fortunately, there are many unis out there that do an excellent job of prepping you for entering the work force after you graduate. Five Mainland Chinese universities made QS's list of the world's 50 top universities for student employability for 2018.


They are Tsinghua University (10), Peking University (23), Shanghai's very own Fudan University (27), Zhejiang University (38) and Shanghai Jiaotong University (46). The top 25 overall are:


1. Stanford University, United States        
2. University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), United States        
3. Harvard University, United States        
4. The University of Sydney, Australia        
5. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), United States        
6. University of Cambridge, United Kingdom        
7. The University of Melbourne, Australia        
8. University of Oxford, United Kingdom        
9. University of California, Berkeley (UCB), United States        
10. Tsinghua University, China        
11. New York University (NYU), United States        
12. Columbia University, United States        
13. Princeton University, United States        
14. The University of Tokyo, Japan        
15. University of Toronto, Canada        
16. ETH Zurich - Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland        
17. UCL (University College London), United Kingdom        
18. Cornell University, United States*        
19. Yale University, United States        
20. The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong        
21. University of Chicago, United States        
22. University of Pennsylvania, United States        
23. Peking University, China        
24. University of Waterloo, Canada        
25. University of Michigan, United States


China's been faring pretty well in the global education sector as of late. This past June greater China boasted 12 universities in QS' list of the world's top 100 universities.


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