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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 – Business, media & public service professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Deloitte 140
2 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 125
3 Ernst & Young 110
4 KPMG 85
5 Accenture 60
6 IBM 30
6 Lloyds Banking Group 30
8 Barclays 20
8 Grant Thornton 20
10 Civil Service 15
10 EC Harris 15
10 Financial Ombudsman Service 15
10 Goldman Sachs 15
10 Ministry of Justice 15
10 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) 15
10 Transport For London 15
17 Baker Tilly 10
17 Bank of England 10
17 BDO 10
17 Citi 10
17 Croydon Council 10
17 Ealing Council 10
17 HM Treasury 10
17 Jones Lang Lasalle 10
17 Mace 10
17 Mazars 10
17 Morgan Stanley 10
17 Network Rail 10
17 Oliver Wyman 10
17 Sky 10
17 Turner & Townsend 10
17 University College London 10
33 Aberdeen Asset Management 5
33 Acturis 5
33 Aecom 5
33 Agilisys 5
33 Amazon 5
33 Aon Hewitt 5
33 Asos 5
33 AXA 5
33 Bank of America 5
33 BCG 5
33 Berkeley Homes 5
33 BioMed Central 5
33 Bloomberg 5
33 BNP Paribas 5
33 BP 5
33 Brent Council 5
33 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 5
33 BT 5
33 Buzzacott 5
33 CACI 5
33 Capgemini 5
33 Capita 5
33 CBRE 5
33 Chambers & Partners 5
33 Church of England 5
33 CognoLink 5
33 Credit Suisse 5
33 Crowe Clark Whitehill 5
33 Cushman & Wakefield 5
33 Department for BIS 5
33 Department for Communities and Local Government 5
33 Department for Education 5
33 Department for Transport 5
33 Department for Work & Pensions 5
33 Department of Health 5
33 Deutsche Bank 5
33 Edelman 5
33 EDF Energy 5
33 FDM 5
33 Foster & Partners 5
33 Freuds 5
33 FTI Consulting 5
33 Future Science Group 5
33 Galliford Try 5
33 GlaxoSmithKline 5
33 Gleeds 5
33 Grimshaw Architects 5
33 Haringey Council 5
33 Harrow Council 5
33 Hiscox 5
33 HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) 5
33 Hogan Lovells 5
33 Home Office 5
33 House of Commons 5
33 HSBC 5
33 Informa 5
33 IPC Media 5
33 iProspect 5
33 IRIS 5
33 ISG Pearce 5
33 ITV 5
33 JDX Consulting 5
33 JP Morgan 5
33 JWT 5
33 Ketchum 5
33 Kilburn & Strode 5
33 King's College London 5
33 Kingston Smith 5
33 Knight Frank 5
33 Lambert Smith Hampton 5
33 Lambeth Council 5
33 LCP 5
33 London Borough of Bexley 5
33 London Borough of Hounslow 5
33 London Borough of Redbridge 5
33 London Probation Trust 5
33 London School of Economics & Political Science 5
33 London South Bank University 5
33 Marks & Spencer 5
33 McKinsey & Company 5
33 MediaPlanet Uk 5
33 Mercer 5
33 MHP 5
33 Mindshare 5
33 Ministry of Defence (MOD) 5
33 Moore Stephens 5
33 Mott Macdonald 5
33 Munich RE 5
33 National Audit Office 5
33 National Health Service (NHS) 5
33 New Look 5
33 Norton Rose Fulbright 5
33 ofgem 5
33 Ogilvy 5
33 PA Consulting 5
33 Parexel 5
33 Periscopix 5
33 Press Association 5
33 QUILL 5
33 Royal Borough of Greenwich Coucil 5
33 Royal Mail 5
33 Santander 5
33 Sapient 5
33 Savills 5
33 Shell 5
33 Sir Robert McAlpine 5
33 Skanska 5
33 Southwark Council 5
33 Spandidos Publications 5
33 Standard Chartered Bank 5
33 Surrey County Council 5
33 Telegraph Media Group 5
33 The Guardian 5
33 Thomson Reuters 5
33 Towers Watson 5
33 UBS 5
33 Unknown Employer 5
33 VCCP 5
33 Vice Magazine 5
33 Vinci Construction 5
33 Weber Shandwick 5
33 Wilkinson Eyre 5
33 Xchanging 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.