University of London and Brunel University - £23,000
No one takes a degree simply to end up with a high-paying job. Learning might lead to a great pay packet but it is its own reward. The course you take will point you in a certain career path but the university you attend also has a bearing on where you end up when it comes time to take that first step into employment.
A recently released Good University Guide, which was published by The Times and Sunday Times, has brought up some interesting suggestions for the best British Universities. As you’d expect, students who graduate from Oxford or Cambridge normally end up with great jobs that pay well but graduates from those institutions aren’t at the top of this list.
Graduates from the University of London earn an average of £23,000 when they’re released into the big wide world, and it’s the same for those who attended Brunel University in the capital.
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