Official stats present how a lot legislation grads are incomes 5 years on

It’s official: Oxbridge is the place to review legislation if you wish to make severe financial institution.

Authorities figures present that the common Oxford legislation graduate is making £72,600 5 years after ending their diploma, whereas the median Cambridge LLB grad makes £59,900.

That places Oxbridge on the high of a league desk that ranks 99 universities in England, Scotland and Wales by graduate earnings in 2017/18. These lined by the figures would have graduated 5 years beforehand.

The information excludes worldwide college students and other people doing a second or postgraduate diploma — so it’s a very good gauge of how UK college students doing their first diploma get on financially after learning legislation. It really works by matching folks’s training information to data held by the taxman.

Alternatively, it doesn’t “management for variations within the traits of graduates”, akin to how poor they have been coming into uni. Some establishments take a a lot increased proportion of deprived college students than others.

The boffins additionally level out that “increased training could have a spread of private and societal advantages that stretch past earnings, which by its nature should not captured within the statistics introduced right here”.

Anyway — right here’s the league desk.

Median earnings of legislation grads 5 years after graduating — 2017/18

1 College of Oxford £72,600
2 College of Cambridge £59,900
3 College School London £50,000
4 College of Bristol £50,000
5 LSE £48,200
6 King’s School London £45,400
7 College of Warwick £42,700
8 College of Durham £42,300
9 College of Nottingham £39,800
10 College of Southampton £37,200
11 College of Manchester £36,900
12 College of Aberdeen £36,000
13 Queen Mary College of London £35,400
14 College of Studying £35,000
15 College of Exeter £35,000
16 College of Edinburgh £34,700
17 College of Brighton £34,500
18 College of Glasgow £34,300
19 College of Birmingham £33,200
20 College of Leeds £33,200
21 College of Leicester £32,800
22 Birkbeck School £32,800
23 Bournemouth College £32,800
24 The Metropolis College £31,800
25 SOAS £31,800
26 College of York £31,600
27 College of Surrey £31,400
28 College of Newcastle-upon-Tyne £31,000
29 College of Buckingham £30,700
30 Brunel College London £29,600
31 College of Strathclyde £29,600
32 College of East Anglia £29,200
33 College of Kent £29,200
34 College of Portsmouth £29,200
35 College of Sussex £28,900
36 College of Essex £28,800
37 Open College £28,800
38 Anglia Ruskin College £28,500
39 College of Sheffield £28,500
40 Cardiff College £27,900
41 College of Greenwich £27,700
42 College of Liverpool £27,700
43 Edinburgh Napier College £27,700
44 London South Financial institution College £27,400
45 Oxford Brookes College £27,000
46 College of Winchester £26,600
47 College of Dundee £26,600
48 College of Abertay Dundee £26,600
49 Roehampton College £26,500
50 Kingston College £26,300
51 College of Cumbria £26,300
52 College of Stirling £26,300
53 College of Westminster £26,100
54 Southampton Solent College £25,900
55 College of Gloucestershire £25,900
56 College of Lancaster £25,600
57 Glasgow Caledonian College £25,600
58 College of Northumbria at Newcastle £25,200
59 Nottingham Trent College £24,800
60 Buckinghamshire New College £24,800
61 UWE, Bristol £24,800
62 College of the West of Scotland £24,800
63 College of Hertfordshire £24,600
64 College of Hull £24,500
65 Robert Gordon College £24,500
66 College of Northampton £24,100
67 College of West London £24,100
68 Canterbury Christ Church College £24,100
69 College of Keele £24,100
70 De Montfort College £23,700
71 College of Lincoln £23,700
72 College of East London £23,700
73 Swansea College £23,700
74 College of Plymouth £23,400
75 Coventry College £23,400
76 Staffordshire College £23,400
77 College of Huddersfield £23,400
78 College of Salford £23,000
79 London Metropolitan College £22,600
80 Manchester Metropolitan College £22,600
81 Leeds Beckett College £22,600
82 Aberystwyth College £22,600
83 Bangor College £22,600
84 Middlesex College £22,300
85 Liverpool John Moores College £22,300
86 College of Chester £22,300
87 Sheffield Hallam College £22,300
88 College of Central Lancashire £21,900
89 Birmingham Metropolis College £21,900
90 College of Sunderland £21,500
91 College of South Wales £21,500
92 College of Wales, Newport £21,400
93 College of Derby £21,200
94 College of Bedfordshire £21,000
95 Edge Hill College £20,800
96 College of Wolverhampton £19,700
97 Teesside College £19,300
98 College of Bolton £19,300
99 College of Bradford £17,900