University Of Toronto Rises Again, Ranked Number One In Graduate Employability

November 27, 2019
U of T ranked 15th globally when it comes to producing work-ready graduates, according to the latest employability rankings by Times Higher Education and 1st in North America.  When you think of UofT, you would think of old stone buildings and new glass ones surrounded by a campus that supports the innovations and ideas of […]

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University Of Toronto Rises Again, Ranked Number One In Graduate Employability

U of T ranked 15th globally when it comes to producing work-ready graduates, according to the latest employability rankings by Times Higher Education and 1st in North America. 

When you think of UofT, you would think of old stone buildings and new glass ones surrounded by a campus that supports the innovations and ideas of over 560,000 graduates. However, UofT’s penchant for excellence and it’s constantly expanding educational programs has led its consistent rise in rankings. “Employers in Canada and beyond recognize the value of a University of Toronto education,” said U of T President Meric Gertler.
UofT has been in the world ranks for decades now but this year the university excelled even further, U of T was ranked the number one university in Canada and the top public institution in North America for producing work-ready graduates, according to the recently released Global University Employability Ranking 2019. Recruiters at the top companies surveyed by Times Higher Education say the University of Toronto graduates are among the best equipped in the world to join the workforce. The same ranking placed U of T 15th overall among 250 universities in 41 countries, and eighth among the world’s public universities.
“The university’s faculty and staff work tirelessly to equip students with the skills and experience they need to succeed in an ever-changing and competitive global job market,” Meric Gertler added.
Read More: U of T News article published on November 25th, 2019 gives a more holistic breakdown of these rankings and can be found, here.