Date of release: Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Sunday Times graduate earningsIt pays to study business at the University of Greenwich, according to a new national league table.

Buisness studies at the university makes the top ten in a new Sunday Times league table for the best graduate salaries in the country.

It says those completing business studies and entering graduate jobs can expect to earn an average of nearly £36,000 within six months.

Professor Tom Barnes, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise), says: “It is satisfying that we are producing some of the country’s top earning graduates here at Greenwich. Their dedication and drive to succeed is admirable and they fully deserve this prestigious ranking. It is also a reflection on the high quality of teaching they receive at the university.”

Greenwich’s business students are focused on entering good careers after they have completed their studies, according to Jon Sibson, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the university’s Business School. “We know that the Business School produces excellent graduates. It is good news that so many employers are recognising this,” he says. “We go the extra mile to support students, helping them find placements and internships, giving practical advice on writing CVs and preparing them for assessment centres and interviews.”

Greenwich's business courses give students a range of career opportunities and the skills to set up their own companies. 

Another study, run by, has revealed that London is the best city in the world to work in. The capital’s ‘wealth of job opportunities in a range of industries’ and cultural attractions put it ahead of New York and Paris in the poll.

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