Doesn’t studying in russell group really matter ?

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I got a offer from university of Plymouth for electrical engineering , I know it’s not Russell group but will it make it harder for me to find jobs or doesn’t really matter ?
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It doesn't matter in the slightest. Pretty much the only people who care about Russell group and non Russell group are schools, because it's an easily soundbited statistical measure for "look everyone, we're a really good school, we get lots of people into top universities."

Does it have professional accreditation? (if this is a thing for electrical engineering?) Does it have good employability statistics when compared with other similar degrees? The first is far and away the most important.

I haven't ever seen a job advert which specified that a degree had to be from a Russell group university.
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