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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 – Professional, scientific & technical – Business, media & public service professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Deloitte 155
2 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 145
3 Ernst & Young 90
4 KPMG 75
5 BDO 15
5 Grant Thornton 15
7 Mott Macdonald 10
7 Oliver Wyman 10
7 Qedis 10
10 Accenture 5
10 Arup 5
10 Baker Tilly 5
10 Capital Economics 5
10 Corporate Executive Board Company 5
10 Crowe Clark Whitehill 5
10 Davis Langdon 5
10 EC Harris 5
10 Edelman 5
10 Elix-IRR 5
10 Freuds 5
10 FTI Consulting 5
10 Gardiner & Theobald 5
10 Grimshaw Architects 5
10 Haysmacintyre 5
10 Ipsos MORI 5
10 Jacobs Engineering 5
10 Kantar Worldpanel 5
10 Kingston Smith 5
10 MacIntyre Hudson 5
10 Mazars 5
10 MediaCom 5
10 MHP 5
10 Moore Stephens 5
10 OC&C Strategy 5
10 PA Consulting 5
10 PKF 5
10 Red Consultancy 5
10 RSM Tenon 5
10 Smith & Williamson 5
10 Turner & Townsend 5
10 UHY Hacker Young 5
10 Weber Shandwick 5
43 Addison Lee Fewer than 5
43 Aecom Fewer than 5
43 Aegis Media Fewer than 5
43 Agilisys Fewer than 5
43 Altus Edwin Hill Fewer than 5
43 AMEC Fewer than 5
43 Andrew Nesbitt Architects Fewer than 5
43 Atkins Fewer than 5
43 Bam Nuttall Fewer than 5
43 Bartle Bogle Hegarty Fewer than 5
43 Bechtel Fewer than 5
43 Cameron Fewer than 5
43 Capita Fewer than 5
43 Carat Fewer than 5
43 Colliers International Fewer than 5
43 Costain Fewer than 5
43 Design Bridge Fewer than 5
43 DTZ Fewer than 5
43 dunnhumby Fewer than 5
43 Ebiquity Fewer than 5
43 ECA International Fewer than 5
43 Eversheds Fewer than 5
43 Grayling Fewer than 5
43 Groupon Fewer than 5
43 GVA Fewer than 5
43 Haines Watts Fewer than 5
43 Hays Fewer than 5
43 Herbert Smith Freehills Fewer than 5
43 Irwin Mitchell Fewer than 5
43 Lambert Smith Hampton Fewer than 5
43 Lbi Fewer than 5
43 LCH.Clearnet Fewer than 5
43 Lee Publicity Fewer than 5
43 Linklaters Fewer than 5
43 Lloyds Register Fewer than 5
43 M&C Saatchi Fewer than 5
43 Maxus Fewer than 5
43 MBDA Fewer than 5
43 Millward Brown Fewer than 5
43 Mindshare Fewer than 5
43 Mouchel Fewer than 5
43 National Audit Office Fewer than 5
43 Nielsen Fewer than 5
43 Optimus Fewer than 5
43 Parexel Fewer than 5
43 Policy Exchange Fewer than 5
43 Posterscope Fewer than 5
43 QuintilesIMS Fewer than 5
43 Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) Fewer than 5
43 Saffery Champness Fewer than 5
43 Sainsbury's Fewer than 5
43 SEI Investments Company Fewer than 5
43 Sodexo Fewer than 5
43 Starcom MediaVest Fewer than 5
43 Sweett Group Fewer than 5
43 Synergy Group Fewer than 5
43 Tag Worldwide Fewer than 5
43 TBWA Fewer than 5
43 The Beans Group Fewer than 5
43 Trader Media Group Fewer than 5
43 Unknown Employer Fewer than 5
43 Unspecified Accountancy Firm Fewer than 5
43 URS Fewer than 5
43 VolkerFitzpatrick Fewer than 5
43 WaveMetrics Fewer than 5
43 Withheld Fewer than 5
43 ZenithOptimedia 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.