The top degree programmes this year are law and computing.

In the top 10 of our latest Graduate Employment Survey ranking, law and tech degrees clinched 7 spots (up from 4 last year), and one spot each for Economics, Business Analytics, and Science (Yale-NUS).

In terms of employability, Music, Linguistics & Multilingual Studies, and Art Design & Media ranked at the bottom.

In total, 84 degree programmes feature in this ranking.

Data used in this article are based on the 2018 Graduate Employment Survey Results consolidated and released by MOE yesterday (26th Feb, 2019). See also our GES ranking for the previous year.

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The following are this year’s rankings. As usual, we rank first by Average Gross Monthly Salary, and then by Permanent Employment Rate.

By Average Gross Monthly Salary (in brackets are the 75th-percentile salaries)

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