Lancaster University has maintained its status as a top-ranking university – not just for academic success, but for employment prospects too. The University has ranked third in the UK for employment prospects, with 89% of students going on to professional work or further education after graduation (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019).
This excellent result was also the highest in the region, highlighting the University’s status in the northwest of England. The success follows the University remaining in the top ten of the three major UK league tables.
At the International Study Centre, you can get a head start on your employability skills with our CareerAhead activities. As part of your International Foundation Year or Pre-Masters Programme, you will develop skills such as communication, problem solving and teamwork to help prepare you for your career.
You can continue to develop your career skills alongside your studies after progressing to the University. Lancaster offers career planning and employability workshops, as well as the opportunity to gain skills through work experience and placement programmes.
To find out more about how you can excel in your career, visit our programmes page and choose the pathway for you.