# Alumni by Graduation Year

The Honours College alumni are doing good after their graduation. Almost all of our graduates are either employed by leading local or international companies in industries spanning accounting, law, banking, engineering, education, information technology, etc. or continue their graduate studies in renowned universities around the world. The eighth batch of Honours College students, the Class of 2019, has graduated in the academic year 2018/2019. Each graduate of the college will be honoured with a Certificate of Honours College together with an HC stole.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2020 has 37 graduates of 15 different majors. There are 29 ladies and 8 gentlemen. Among them,

12 are employed, 22 pursued their further studies upon completion of their degrees and 6 still making decisions (Note that

3 graduates are doing both hence the total is over 37). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance.

Further information can be viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2019 has 34 graduates of 16 different majors. There are 21 ladies and 13 gentlemen. Among them,

14 are employed, 18 pursued their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees and 5 still making decisions (Note that

3 graduates are doing both hence the total is over 33). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance.

Further information can be viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2018 has 39 graduates of 16 different majors. There are 31 ladies and 8 gentlemen. Among them,

17 are employed, 16 pursued their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees and 7 still making decisions (Note that

1 graduate is doing both hence the total is over 39). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance.

Further information can be viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2017 has 43 graduates of 19 different majors. There are 36 ladies and 7 gentlemen. Among them,

17 are employed, 23 pursued their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees and 5 still making decisions (Note that

2 graduates are doing both hence the total is over 43). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance.

Further information can be viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2017/09/20.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2016 has 45 graduates of 19 different majors. There are 37 ladies and 8 gentlemen. Among them,

23 are employed and 23 pursue their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees (Note that 4 graduates are doing both

hence the total is over 45). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance.Further information can be

viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2016/09/22.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2015 has 40 graduates of 19 different majors. There are 28 ladies and 12 gentlemen. Among them,

21 are employed and 20 pursue their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees (Note that 2 graduates are doing both

hence the total is over 40). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance. Further information can be

viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2015/09/08.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2014 has 37 graduates of 23 different majors. There are 26 ladies and 11 gentlemen. Among them,

23 are employed and 18 pursue their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees (Note that 5 graduates are doing both

hence the total is over 37). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance. Further information can be

viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2014/09/18.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2013 has 45 graduates of 19 different majors. There are 25 ladies and 20 gentlemen. Among them,

29 are employed and 23 pursue their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees (Note that 8 graduates are doing both

hence the total is over 45). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance. Further information can be

viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2013/09/10.

### Career Pattern

The Honours College Class of 2012 has 39 graduates of 19 different majors. There are 30 ladies and 9 gentlemen. Among them,

19 are employed and 21 pursue their graduate studies upon completion of their degrees (Note that 1 graduate is doing both

hence the total is over 39). The following charts summarize their career patterns at a glance. Further information can be

viewed by clicking on the charts to access to their detailed pages.

Last updated on 2012/09/21.