Which university graduates will get the highest pay?
Every student has a common dream – studying well at the university and getting a well-paid salary after completing the degree. The UK has one of the highest numbers of top-ranking universities in the world. Every year, thousands of international students worldwide come to the UK to fulfil their dreams.
According to the latest figures compiled by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), salaries of graduates from a similar course varies significantly from one university to another. For example, Computer Science graduates from Oxford University have median wages of £65,000 after completing their degree, compared to just £20,000 pay to Leeds Beckett University graduates.
Best Paid Graduate Salary Ranking by Universities 2021
Here is a table of median salaries by the UK’s top universities according to the latest 2021 data. The median salary figure represents the average salary of all university graduates across all subjects during that year.
|2||London School of Economics||£32,000|
|4=||University College London||£30,000|
|6=||King’s College London||£29,000|
|6=||St George’s University of London||£29,000|
|10=||Queen Mary University of London||£28,000|
Although studying in a top-ranking university won’t guarantee a high salary, many students are motivated by future career prospects. If you plan to study in the UK, contact us today for a FREE and expert consultancy by one of our student consultants based in Nigeria.