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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 – Education

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Teach First 40
2 London South Bank University 15
2 Middlesex University 15
2 University College London 15
5 Explore Learning 10
5 Imperial College London 10
7 ARK Schools 5
7 Avenue Primary School 5
7 Brampton Primary School 5
7 Brunel University 5
7 City University London 5
7 King's College London 5
7 London School of Economics & Political Science 5
7 Queen Mary, University of London 5
7 Rosedale College 5
7 Sir John Cass's Foundation and Redcoat School 5
7 St Joseph's Catholic Primary School 5
7 Trinity School 5
7 Unspecified 5
7 Unspecified Primary School 5
7 Wembley High Technology College 5
22 Christchurch Primary School Fewer than 5
22 City of Edinburgh Council Fewer than 5
22 City Year UK Fewer than 5
22 Croydon Council Fewer than 5
22 Enfield Council Fewer than 5
22 Haringey Council Fewer than 5
22 Harris Academy Fewer than 5
22 INTO Fewer than 5
22 Kingston University Fewer than 5
22 Knowledge Academy Fewer than 5
22 London Borough of Newham Council Fewer than 5
22 London Business School Fewer than 5
22 Mytime Active Fewer than 5
22 Newham Council Fewer than 5
22 Oasis Academy Enfield Fewer than 5
22 Pearson Fewer than 5
22 Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Fewer than 5
22 St Mary's Catholic Primary School Fewer than 5
22 St Mary's Primary School Fewer than 5
22 Surrey County Council Fewer than 5
22 University of East London Fewer than 5
22 University of Greenwich Fewer than 5
22 University of Hertfordshire Fewer than 5
22 University of Roehampton Fewer than 5
22 University of Sunderland Fewer than 5
22 University of West London Fewer than 5
22 Unspecified School Fewer than 5
22 Westminster City Council Fewer than 5
22 Woodlands Primary School 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.