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Average salary for University of London alumni & graduates

855 University of London alumni & graduates salaries

 

The average salary for University of London alumni & graduates is $49,000 per year.The average bonus for University of London is $2,800.


Top UOL Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Job

 

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Healthcare & Alternative Medicine

$82,000 
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Legal Department

$80,000 
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Legal & Paralegal

$79,000 
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Programme & Project Management

$70,000 
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Education & Research

$59,000 
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Sales & Business Development

$58,000 
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According to our data, the highest paid UOL alumni & graduates are Healthcare & Alternative Medicine professionals at $82,000 yearly. The lowest paid University of London alumni & graduates are Support Functions & Translation professionals at $29,000.

 


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Top UOL Graduates & Alumni Salaries - By  Degree

 

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PhD

$103,000 
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Masters in Finance

$99,000 
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MBA

$98,000 
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Other

$86,000 
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Masters in Science

$76,000 
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Masters of Arts

$67,000 
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The best paying degree at University of London is PhD, with alumni earning an average salary of $103,000.
Graduates from University of London who earn the lowest salaries are those with a Bachelor of Science degree, earning a salary of $39,000 yearly.

 

More about University of London

 

The University of London is made up of 17 self-governing colleges and 10 specialist research institutes, with a total student body of 120,000. The university was established by Royal Charter in 1836 when King’s College London merged with University College London. Most of the university’s colleges and institutes are located in central London, with a handful found elsewhere in the capital and one based in Paris. Leading University of London colleges include Birkbeck, the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Royal Academy of Music and SOAS.

 

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