Queens Announces First Destination Report
Queens University of Charlotte is pleased to announce our first ever First Destination Report. The report is a comprehensive collection of outcomes and statistics based off of information from traditional undergraduates of the Class of 2015. The report's findings identify Queens as providing exceptional training, education and experiences to prepare students for their careers. There were a number of noteworthy findings to highlight.
Every graduate of the Class of 2015 was required to complete least one internship to prepare him/her for the future. Eighty-percent of students earned two degrees or had a double major or minor, and nearly eighty-percent studied abroad. Ninety-seven percent of students are employed, in graduate school or are completing for an internship or working for a service organization. Over ninety-percent of the students accepted a position related to their career goal.
Our graduates are employed and have interned at prestigious companies and organizations. Employers include Ally Financial, Autism Charlotte, Ford Motor Company and YMCA among many others. Our internships also justify a range in opportunities: Carolina Raptor Center, PBS Television, Wells Fargo, Charlotte Hornets and many more. Those alumni who continued their studies enrolled in schools such as Princeton University, Clemson University, Sotheby's Institute of Art and Texas A&M.
Queens is proud of the accomplishments of the Class of 2015 and looks forward to continuously preparing our students for their future.
Read the full First Destination Report.
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