The University of Winchester has moved into the top 10 in the UK for the percentage of its students going into employment or further study.
Latest figures, show that 92.8 per cent of Winchester students who graduated in 2021 went onto work and/or further study within 15 months of graduating – the eighth best result in the country as a whole and the fourth best among English universities.
The data supplied by HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) also places Winchester top in the south-east region outside of London.
In some subjects more than 90 per cent of graduates went onto high-skilled jobs, including Physiotherapy, in which every single graduate tracked went into highly skilled employment (a 100 per cent success rate) and Teaching with a 92 per cent success rate.
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester, Professor Sarah Greer said: “We are delighted with these outstanding results. They show that the University is succeeding in giving our students the skills and knowledge required by employers in a competitive jobs market.
“Thanks to the hard work of our students, supported by the hard work of staff across the University, our graduates have the skills and confidence to succeed in their chosen careers.
“In particular, at a time when the UK urgently needs more highly qualified nurses, allied health professionals and teachers, the University of Winchester is meeting the need by educating high quality and highly-motivated graduates to embark on careers in these sectors.”Back to media centre