High employment prospects

Our Career Centre devotes special attention to monitoring our graduates’ employment rate and to gathering feedback on the relevance of the graduates’ competences on the labour market – from the employers as well as on the basis of our graduates’ self-assessment reports.

We are proud to announce that we have continuously been recording exceptionally high graduates’ employment rates. The analyses of the Career Centre show that on average, 92 % of UNG graduates find employment within one year after graduation (data of June 2020 – UNG Career Centre).

Such high graduates’ employment rates are a result of our efforts in providing:

  • interdisciplinary and up-to date study programmes, which are in line with the current labour market needs and give our students extensive knowledge;
  • practically-oriented study programmes with practical placements, project work and other practically-oriented nd applicative contents and activities, teaching students how to transfer of knowledge into practice, how to successfully cooperate with the industry sector and to establish contacts with potential employers;
  • career-orientation and job-seeking assistance offered to our students and graduates of the UNG Career Centre.
  • the support to our students in developing extra skills and talents and realising their personal interests in various fields (eg. sports, art).

The statistics on the graduates’ employment rates for individual periods are available in theUNG annual self-evaluation reports and in the UNG annual reports.

Testimony of an undergraduate student of Engineering and Management, School of Engineering and Management

»I decided to study engineering and management at the University of Nova Gorica because this study field is new and perspective in terms of great employment opportunities. After graduation you can practically get a job in any company.«

Practical placement – testimony of a student of Cultural History, School of Humanities

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Advantages of studying at UNG in a nutshell

Annual stiatistics of graduates’ employment rates within one year after graduation – analysis for 2019.
Source: UNG Career Centre

By taking an active part at wine festivals and other events and competitions the students of Viticulture and Enology gather experience in wine marketing and in communication with customers. Students Wine Festival 2019 of the School for Viticulture and Enology.
Photo credit: Veronika Piccinini

Practically oriented study programmes – students of Engineering and management on a company site visit.
Photo credit: Archives of the School of Engineering and Management