April 12, 2001

Stranmillis University College was inadvertently omitted from last week's employment league table.

Some 124 full-time home degree students graduated from the college last summer, 98 per cent of whom completed the survey detailing what they were doing on January 3, 2001.

Including those who were engaged in further study, the college had a graduate employment rate of 98 per cent against a benchmark of 98 per cent. Excluding this group, the rate was 98 per cent against a benchmark of 97 per cent.

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