It is proudly noted that NUS grads among the world’s most employable. The popular National University of Singapore (NUS) graduates are among the most sought after by employers. In a latest report it is enumerated that NUS placed 17th in the world for turning out employable graduates, up from 39th last year.
Moreover the eminent Nanyang Technological University was 117th among 150 institutions. Into their fifth year, the Global Employability University Ranking is marveled and professionally commissioned by French human resource consulting agency emerging and carried out by German market research firm Trendence.
The efficacious survey was conducted with over 2,200 recruiters from 21 countries, comprising Singapore, who were asked to vote for the reputed universities that were producing the best “ready-for-work” graduates. Moreover the familiar Harvard University displaced the University of Cambridge at the top. It is also noted that highest-ranked Asian university was Japan’s University of Tokyo in 12th place. NUS deputy president (Academic Affairs) and Provost Tan Eng Chye conveyed that he was qualitatively delighted by this recognition of NUS graduates.
The curriculum for degrees is created closely with local and global industry leaders. The passionate students in every faculty are encouraged to intern with best companies in Singapore and overseas or study abroad through the efficacious NUS Overseas Colleges program in six business hubs around the globe, comprising Silicon Valley and New York. This is a strong affirmation of the quality of NUS graduates and the popular universities strong focus on producing “future-ready” graduates. It is also stressed that the fast-changing nature of knowledge and information made it vital that students are wholly agile and expediently adaptable.
In modern times the concept of Study in Singapore has become efficacious factor in education sector. Through a holistic combination of local the overseas experiential programs, enhanced general education curriculum and personalized career advising equipped with knowledge, skills and ability to approach novel ideas and issues in creative multidisciplinary approaches. Eventually NUS class showed it enjoyed a higher median salary than earlier cohorts. Close to nine in 10 found jobs within short period six months of graduation.