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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.

Overseas – Business, media & public service professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 15
2 Deloitte 10
2 KPMG 10
4 Ernst & Young 5
5 AB InBev Fewer than 5
5 ABB Fewer than 5
5 Allianz Insurance Fewer than 5
5 Alltech Fewer than 5
5 Aon Hewitt Fewer than 5
5 Apple Fewer than 5
5 AXA Fewer than 5
5 Baker Tilly Fewer than 5
5 BearingPoint Fewer than 5
5 Bechtel Fewer than 5
5 BMW Fewer than 5
5 Capita Fewer than 5
5 CBRE Fewer than 5
5 Citi Fewer than 5
5 City Group Fewer than 5
5 CMS Cameron McKenna Fewer than 5
5 Diageo Fewer than 5
5 Dyson Fewer than 5
5 European Parliament Fewer than 5
5 Experian Fewer than 5
5 Gardiner & Theobald Fewer than 5
5 General Electric Fewer than 5
5 Google Fewer than 5
5 Jones Lang Lasalle Fewer than 5
5 Kerry Group Fewer than 5
5 Lagan Construction Fewer than 5
5 Lloyds Banking Group Fewer than 5
5 Lloyds Register Fewer than 5
5 Microsoft Fewer than 5
5 Ministry of Defence (MOD) Fewer than 5
5 Morgan Stanley Fewer than 5
5 Natural History Museum Fewer than 5
5 PKF Fewer than 5
5 Reading Room Fewer than 5
5 Red Cross Fewer than 5
5 Rolls-Royce Fewer than 5
5 Schlumberger Fewer than 5
5 TBWA Fewer than 5
5 Towers Watson Fewer than 5
5 Turner & Townsend Fewer than 5
5 UBS Fewer than 5
5 University of Cambridge Fewer than 5
5 Volkswagen Group Fewer than 5
5 Western Union 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.