University ranked 40th in the world for employability according to the Times Higher Education Emerging rankings
The University has climbed 10 places compared to last year's edition.
The University of Navarra is ranked issue 40th in the world in employability, according to the Global University Employability Ranking by HR Consultancy Emerging, published exclusively by Times Higher Education. With this result the University of Navarra is up 10 places from the previous edition, in which it was ranked 50th, and confirms a progressive rise from 66th place three years ago.
Among the 150 best universities in the world are three Spanish universities: IE University, which is ranked issue 23rd, the University of Navarra, 40th, and the Autonomous University of Barcelona, 136th. Also appearing in the ranking are the Complutense University (189th), Ramón Llull University (194th) and Pompeu Fabra (235th).
The ranking, now in its ninth edition, is the only one based on interviews with more than 8,000 international managers of employing companies in 23 countries, who cast more than 91,000 votes. More than 33 countries are represented in the ranking, with the United States contributing the most universities (29), followed by Germany (14), France (13) and the United Kingdom (10). At the top of the ranking are Anglo-Saxon universities such as Harvard, Caltech, MIT, Cambridge and Stanford.The University of Navarra, a "rising star" according to Emerging
The Emerging consultancy has highlighted the performance of the University of Navarra as one of the most outstanding centers in Europe and classifies it as a "rising star". It has also highlighted "its steady climb in the ranking" in recent years.
According to agreement , employability has become a strategicgoal for universities around the world. The university system must, says Emerging, train graduates who are digitally prepared, with social skills, scientific mentality and what are called soft skills, focused on the ability to empathize, work in teams and reason with others.
According to Roberto Cabezas, director of Career Services of the University, "this position, which we appreciate and value, is the result, first of all, of the quality of our students and alumni, and of their high capacity to contribute to the professional development of their work environment. It reinforces our permanent commitment to the transfer of talent to society, and also to excellence in meeting the recruiting needs and demands of the national and international companies that rely on our University".