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Top Graduate Employers

The finance and retail sectors are recruiting the greatest number of graduates into graduate-level employment, according to our latest figures. So, where are the jobs?

Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

  • Click on a company name to read an employer profile and find details of their graduate training – where in the UK they recruit, in what industries, and into what types of job.
  • See starting salaries and minimum educational requirements.
  • Find out how we created the graduate employers table.

London – Education

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Teach First 45
2 Middlesex University 25
3 Explore Learning 10
3 King's College London 10
5 Harrow School 5
5 Imperial College London 5
5 Kingston College 5
5 Kingston University 5
5 London School of Economics & Political Science 5
5 Oasis Academy Enfield 5
5 Queen Mary, University of London 5
5 Ravensbourne College 5
5 University College London 5
5 University of East London 5
5 University of West London 5
5 Unspecified Primary School 5
5 Unspecified Secondary School 5
18 All Saints Primary School Fewer than 5
18 Brent Council Fewer than 5
18 British Council Fewer than 5
18 Chelsea Academy Fewer than 5
18 Christchurch Primary School Fewer than 5
18 Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School Fewer than 5
18 Croydon Council Fewer than 5
18 Department for Education Fewer than 5
18 Ealing Council Fewer than 5
18 English First Fewer than 5
18 Exchange Group Fewer than 5
18 Harris Academy Fewer than 5
18 Harrow Council Fewer than 5
18 Highgate School Fewer than 5
18 International House Fewer than 5
18 London Borough of Bromley Council Fewer than 5
18 London Borough of Hillingdon Fewer than 5
18 Perform Group Fewer than 5
18 St Mary's Primary School Fewer than 5
18 Tower Hamlets Council Fewer than 5
18 Unknown Employer Fewer than 5
18 Unspecified Fewer than 5

These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2011–12) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.