Graduates of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have the skills necessary for employment, to a greater extent than students enrolled in half of the universities in the world.
This is evidenced by a report published this week by the publication of The Times Higher Education.
Graduates of the Hebrew University takes on this indicator the 67th place among 150 world universities and the first in Israel. Haifa Technion appears on line 122, and the tel Aviv University – 139.
At the top of the California Institute of technology, Massachusetts Institute of technology and Harvard University. The five best universities on this indicator also includes Cambridge and Stanford universities.
Note that the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has outstripped on this indicator such world-known educational institutions like University of Georgetown (94-e a place), University of Pennsylvania (98th place) and northwestern University (100th place).
To compile this report were interviewed 2,500 employees the largest companies in the world in twenty countries and 3.500 leaders of international organizations.