<i>Aviation Week</i> Study Ranks UMD Among Top Three "Go-To Universities"

Aviation Week Study Ranks UMD Among Top Three "Go-To Universities"

Aviation Week Study Ranks UMD Among Top Three "Go-To Universities"

According to a recent study released by Aviation Week, the University of Maryland was ranked in the top three "Go-To Universities," based upon preferred campuses for hiring new graduates in critical skill areas.

The Aviation Week study looked at universities through three different lenses, including "Go‐To Universities" for preferred recruitment based on critical skill areas; campuses where industry hired the most new graduates; and universities considered by their alumni to have made a difference in helping them land their first job or earn promotions.

The University of Maryland's Aerospace Engineering program is ranked among the best in the nation by U.S. News and World Report.

For more information about the Aviation Week study, visit: http://www.aviationweek.com/topicsevents/workforce.aspx

March 28, 2013


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