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.
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Overseas – Manufacturing
|3||Adidas||Fewer than 5|
|3||Air Products||Fewer than 5|
|3||AstraZeneca||Fewer than 5|
|3||Audi||Fewer than 5|
|3||BMW||Fewer than 5|
|3||Cargill||Fewer than 5|
|3||Cummins||Fewer than 5|
|3||Eli Lilly||Fewer than 5|
|3||Ford||Fewer than 5|
|3||General Electric||Fewer than 5|
|3||H & M||Fewer than 5|
|3||Henkel||Fewer than 5|
|3||Imperial Tobacco||Fewer than 5|
|3||INEOS||Fewer than 5|
|3||Intel Corporation||Fewer than 5|
|3||Johnson & Johnson||Fewer than 5|
|3||Johnson Matthey||Fewer than 5|
|3||Novartis||Fewer than 5|
|3||Pernod Ricard||Fewer than 5|
|3||Pfizer||Fewer than 5|
|3||Procter & Gamble||Fewer than 5|
|3||Reckitt Benckiser||Fewer than 5|
|3||Thales||Fewer than 5|
|3||Toyota||Fewer than 5|
|3||Unilever||Fewer than 5|
|3||Withheld||Fewer than 5|
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.