Warwick’s number one!

Study reveals we’re top uni targeted by the swishest graduate employers.

The world’s biggest banks, law firms and consultancies are targeting Warwick as their number one hunting ground for the brightest graduates.

A study by High Flier Research shows Warwick smashing the opposition out of the park as we defeat Manchester and Nottingham to top the list.

Cambridge, the second-oldest uni in the english-speaking world, is starting to looks its age as employers name it only fourth on the list.

The study showed a surprising fall in the number of grad jobs available. Compared with last year, entry-level jobs are down by 0.8 per cent.

The largest recruiters of graduates in 2013 will be Teach First (1,260 spaces),
Deloitte (1,200) and PwC (1,200).