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Which University’s Graduates Have the Highest Average Salary?

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A new survey has revealed which universities provide their graduates with the highest average salary after graduating. With tuition fees at £9,000 a year, students will want to graduate from university with the prospect of a great graduate salary to cover their crippling debt. The following list shows which institutes offer the best prospects in terms of graduate salaries.

10) University of Birmingham – £46,500

birmingham

9) Imperial College, London – £47,000

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8) University of Edinburgh – £48,500

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7) University of Sheffield – £49,000

sheffield

6) London School of Economics – £50,000

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5) Cass Business School – £50,000

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4) University of Cambridge – £52,500

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3) Warwick Business School – £53,000

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2) University of Oxford – £54,000

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1) London Business School – £69,000

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About Phillip Hayes

Co Founder and CEO of @kloodleUK, the social network for student employability and careers. Part time Matthew Hayden mimic. I am passionate about making a dent in education by embedding employers and employability.

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