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Top Graduate Employers

The financial services industry continues to be the main recruiter of university graduates into professional employment. Filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

Science, research, engineering & technology professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Jaguar Land Rover 155
2 Rolls-Royce 140
3 Atkins 130
4 BAE Systems 110
5 Aecom 80
5 Arup 80
5 IBM 80
8 Mott Macdonald 75
9 Jacobs Engineering 70
10 Hewlett Packard 65
11 BT 60
11 GlaxoSmithKline 60
13 FDM 55
14 Ford 50
15 Accenture 45
15 AMEC 45
15 Babcock 45
15 BP 45
15 Sky 45
15 WSP Group 45
21 Balfour Beatty 40
21 Capita 40
21 General Electric 40
21 Ministry of Defence (MOD) 40
25 CGI Group 35
25 Network Rail 35
25 Qinetiq 35
25 Renishaw 35
25 Thales 35
30 Atos 30
30 Goldman Sachs 30
30 JP Morgan 30
30 Lloyds Banking Group 30
30 MBDA 30
30 Schlumberger 30
36 Amey 25
36 Barclays 25
36 Costain 25
36 Johnson Matthey 25
36 Kier Group 25
36 Siemens AG 25
36 Tesco 25
36 Transport For London 25
36 Withheld 25
45 Amazon 20
45 Bentley Motors 20
45 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 20
45 Capgemini 20
45 Cisco Systems 20
45 Citi 20
45 Covance 20
45 Cummins 20
45 Deloitte 20
45 Dyson 20
45 Halliburton 20
45 Imagination Technologies 20
45 KPMG 20
45 Lockheed Martin 20
45 Microsoft 20
45 Ramboll 20
45 Shell 20
45 Subsea 7 20
45 Unilever 20
45 University of Oxford 20
45 Wood Group 20
66 Aberystwyth University 15
66 Aker Solutions 15
66 Allstate 15
66 ARM 15
66 Baker Hughes 15
66 Bank of America 15
66 British Airways 15
66 Cavendish Nuclear 15
66 Charles River Laboratories 15
66 Credit Suisse 15
66 DNV GL 15
66 EDF Energy 15
66 Fujitsu 15
66 JCB 15
66 Kainos 15
66 KANA 15
66 Laing O'Rourke 15
66 LGC Group 15
66 Morgan Stanley 15
66 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 15
66 Randox Laboratories 15
66 Ricardo 15
66 Selex ES 15
66 Sellafield 15
66 Skanska 15
66 University College London 15
92 ABB 10
92 Airbus 10
92 Aston Martin 10
92 AstraZeneca 10
92 AWE 10
92 Bam Nuttall 10
92 Bechtel 10
92 BlackRock 10
92 Bloomberg 10
92 Buro Happold 10
92 Cambridge Consultants 10
92 Carillion 10
92 Caterpillar 10
92 CGGVeritas 10
92 CH2M Hill 10
92 Civil Service 10
92 Defence Science & Technology Laboratory (DSTL) 10
92 Delphi 10
92 Dorset Software 10
92 Electroimpact 10
92 Energus 10
92 Environment Agency 10
92 ExxonMobil 10
92 Fairhurst 10
92 Fidessa 10
92 First Derivatives 10
92 Fluor 10
92 Frazer-Nash Consultancy 10
92 Google 10
92 Greencore Group 10
92 Grontmij 10
92 Hoare Lea 10
92 HSBC 10
92 Hut Group 10
92 IPL 10
92 King's College London 10
92 Lagan Construction 10
92 Lancaster University 10
92 Liberty Information Technology 10
92 Lloyds Register 10
92 McLaren 10
92 Met Office 10
92 Metaswitch Networks 10
92 Micro Focus International 10
92 Mondelez International 10
92 Morgan Sindall 10
92 Mouchel 10
92 National Grid 10
92 National Nuclear Laboratory 10
92 Netbuilder 10
92 Nomura 10
92 Oracle 10
92 PA Consulting 10
92 Pell Frischmann 10
92 Petrofac 10
92 Phoenix Partnership 10
92 PRA International 10
92 Procter & Gamble 10
92 Public Health England 10
92 RPS Group 10
92 Sapiens 10
92 Scottish Power 10
92 Scottish Water 10
92 Skyscanner 10
92 Softwire 10
92 Sony 10
92 Tata Steel 10
92 Technip 10
92 Thomson Reuters 10
92 Tribal 10
92 Triumph Motorcycles 10
92 Ultra Electronics 10
92 University of Cambridge 10
92 University of Glasgow 10
92 University of Greenwich 10
92 University of Sheffield 10
92 Unspecified 10
92 Unspecified Employer 10
92 URS 10
92 Vodafone 10

These tables are compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2013–14) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Read more about the methodology of this study.