Top 15% in the country for graduate employment
Every year the Graduate Outcomes Survey asks undergraduate students about the support they received at university, and gives an insight into their achievements since graduation.
The current figures were compiled by HESA, the Higher Education Statistics Agency, in June 2023. They reflect graduates' career development 15 months after graduating.
Students are at the heart of ARU. And central to the ARU ethos is working together, learning from each other and helping everyone achieve their potential. Graduating students of ARU London become part the ARU Graduate Network once you complete university.
We’re extremely proud of the ARU graduates, their successes, and the positive change they bring to their world.
We know that university is an important investment, and that our students want to succeed in their future careers. We do everything we can to support this ambition, with tailored ARU London careers and employability support that starts from day one – and continues after graduation.
Our students study an innovative curriculum that's designed to build transferable skills, challenge mindsets and gain a deeper understanding of how academic learning relates to the world of work.
*Source: Graduate Outcomes Survey. Country refers to mainstream HEIs in England, excluding specialist institutions and those with fewer than 500 students. Contains HESA Data © HESA 2023 (www.hesa.ac.uk).
**Source: Graduate Outcomes Survey. UK first-degree graduates who are in full-time paid employment in the UK. Country refers to mainstream HEIs in England, excluding specialist institutions and those with fewer than 500 students. Contains HESA Data © HESA 2023 (www.hesa.ac.uk)
The Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited cannot accept responsibility for any inferences or conclusions derived by third parties from its data.