Top Graduate Employers
Our latest look at graduate recruiters shows that financial services are once again the top UK employers of graduates. Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.
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East Midlands – Professional, scientific & technical
|2||Ernst & Young||5|
|16||AMEC||Fewer than 5|
|16||Anthony Nolan||Fewer than 5|
|16||Babcock||Fewer than 5|
|16||Baker Tilly||Fewer than 5|
|16||CH2M Hill||Fewer than 5|
|16||e.surv||Fewer than 5|
|16||Faithful & Gould||Fewer than 5|
|16||GL Noble Denton||Fewer than 5|
|16||Harlequin||Fewer than 5|
|16||Hydrock||Fewer than 5|
|16||Laing O'Rourke||Fewer than 5|
|16||MacIntyre Hudson||Fewer than 5|
|16||Market Force||Fewer than 5|
|16||Moore Stephens||Fewer than 5|
|16||Mott Macdonald||Fewer than 5|
|16||Natural England||Fewer than 5|
|16||Peter Brett||Fewer than 5|
|16||The One Off||Fewer than 5|
|16||Unspecified Employer||Fewer than 5|
|16||Veterinary Practice||Fewer than 5|
These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2012–13) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.