No. 1 for New HIres
In a recent poll conducted by The Wall Street Journal, Carnegie Mellon was ranked the No. 1 school in the U.S. by job recruiters looking for new hires in the field of computer science. Recruiters ranked CMU fourth in finance, seventh in business and 21st in engineering. Overall, CMU was 10th in "The Top 25 Recruiter Picks."
In the top 25 list, 19 were public colleges or universities, one was a member of the Ivy League (Cornell) and the remaining five were private, including Carnegie Mellon and the University of Notre Dame. CMU has the lowest number of undergraduate students (listed at 6,023) in the top 22 and the second lowest number of undergraduates in the top 25. Only MIT, at 23 overall, has fewer undergraduates than CMU.
The annual Technical and Business Opportunities conferences were held at CMU this week with more than 250 companies recruiting to fill full-time positions and internships.
For more on the WSJ survey, go to http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704554104575435563989873060.html?KEYWORDS=%22Carnegie+Mellon%22
In another ranking, CMU is ranked 25th in the Most Desirable Urban Schools list in Newsweek magazine. Read more on the Newsweek rankings at http://education.newsweek.com/2010/09/12/the-25-most-desirable-urban-schools.html