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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.

London – Public administration & defence

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Metropolitan Police 35
2 Civil Service 20
3 Financial Ombudsman Service 15
3 Home Office 15
3 Ministry of Justice 15
6 Croydon Council 10
6 Department for Education 10
6 Ealing Council 10
6 HM Treasury 10
6 House of Commons 10
6 Ministry of Defence (MOD) 10
12 Brent Council 5
12 British Transport Police 5
12 Cabinet Office 5
12 Camden London Borough Council 5
12 Department for BIS 5
12 Department for Communities and Local Government 5
12 Department for International Development 5
12 Department for Transport 5
12 Department for Work & Pensions 5
12 Department of Health 5
12 Enfield Council 5
12 Hackney Council 5
12 Haringey Council 5
12 Harrow Council 5
12 HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) 5
12 Lambeth Council 5
12 London Borough of Barking and Dagenham 5
12 London Borough of Bexley 5
12 London Borough of Ealing 5
12 London Borough of Hounslow 5
12 London Borough of Redbridge 5
12 London Probation Trust 5
12 Merton Council 5
12 National Audit Office 5
12 ofgem 5
12 Royal Borough of Greenwich Coucil 5
12 Southwark Council 5
12 Surrey County Council 5
12 UK Border Agency 5
12 UK Parliament 5
42 British Army Fewer than 5
42 Cafcass Fewer than 5
42 European Parliament Fewer than 5
42 Financial Conduct Authority Fewer than 5
42 Her Majesty's Government Fewer than 5
42 London Borough of Havering Fewer than 5
42 London Borough of Lewisham Fewer than 5
42 London Borough of Newham Council Fewer than 5
42 National Probation Service Fewer than 5
42 Newham Council Fewer than 5
42 Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Fewer than 5
42 Royal Navy Fewer than 5
42 Wandsworth Council Fewer than 5
42 Westminster City Council 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.