"I chose a placement at the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) in London because of the important economic impact research it carries out, demonstrating the industry’s global value."
The University of Surrey is number one for graduate employability when compared with chartered universities in England. According to data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), 97 per cent of our 2013 graduates were in work (or further study) six months after graduation.
Our students go on to secure graduate roles in most of the leading companies in the UK. Our list reflects the range and calibre of the organisations that our 2014 graduates now work for:
Surrey students gain access to the world of work through our Professional Training programme, one of the largest in the world.
Jason Vickers and Zuzana Polakova, current students at the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management, feature in a film about working at the Savoy in London. A five star hotel filled with heritage, the Savoy is steeped in tradition but remains at the cutting edge of innovative hospitality
We work with over 2,300 partner organisations to provide students with vital experience of the professional environment.
We have forged an enviable track record in employability - in fact, we have now achieved a 95 per cent five-year average for graduates obtaining first degrees from full-time courses, according to data from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).