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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.

London

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 210
2 Metropolitan Police 160
3 Deloitte 135
4 Ernst & Young 120
5 KPMG 95
6 Accenture 90
7 IBM 75
8 Lloyds Banking Group 60
9 Barclays 55
10 Sky 50
10 Teach First 50
12 Boots 45
13 FDM 40
13 Goldman Sachs 40
13 Specsavers 40
16 Transport For London 35
17 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 30
17 Capita 30
17 Middlesex University 30
20 Aecom 25
20 Amazon 25
20 Atkins 25
20 BAE Systems 25
20 HSBC 25
20 Mott Macdonald 25
26 Arup 20
26 Balfour Beatty 20
26 Bank of America 20
26 BDO 20
26 British Airways 20
26 BT 20
26 Civil Service 20
26 GlaxoSmithKline 20
26 Grant Thornton 20
26 HM Treasury 20
26 Home Office 20
26 John Lewis Partnership 20
26 JP Morgan 20
26 King's College London 20
26 Marks & Spencer 20
26 Mazars 20
26 Network Rail 20
26 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) 20
26 Thomson Reuters 20
26 WSP Group 20
46 Atos 15
46 Baker Tilly 15
46 BlackRock 15
46 Bloomberg 15
46 Capgemini 15
46 Cisco Systems 15
46 Costain 15
46 Credit Suisse 15
46 Day Lewis Pharmacy 15
46 Enterprise 15
46 Explore Learning 15
46 Foster & Partners 15
46 Imperial College London 15
46 London Metropolitan University 15
46 Mace 15
46 Ministry of Justice 15
46 Morgan Stanley 15
46 National Probation Service 15
46 PA Consulting 15
46 Sainsbury's 15
46 Tesco 15
46 UBS 15
46 University College London 15
46 University of Greenwich 15
70 Acturis 10
70 Asos 10
70 Bank of England 10
70 BP 10
70 Britannia Pharmacy 10
70 Burberry 10
70 Cancer Research UK 10
70 CBRE 10
70 Chambers & Partners 10
70 Citi 10
70 Debenhams 10
70 Department for Education 10
70 Deutsche Bank 10
70 Disney 10
70 Double Negative Visual Effects 10
70 Ealing Council 10
70 EC Harris 10
70 Financial Conduct Authority 10
70 Ford 10
70 Future Science Group 10
70 Google 10
70 Harrods 10
70 House of Commons 10
70 House of Fraser 10
70 IG Group 10
70 IRIS 10
70 ITV 10
70 Jacobs Engineering 10
70 Jones Lang Lasalle 10
70 Ladbrokes 10
70 LGC Group 10
70 Lidl 10
70 London South Bank University 10
70 L'Oreal 10
70 Majestic Wine 10
70 Metaswitch Networks 10
70 Ministry of Defence (MOD) 10
70 National Audit Office 10
70 NET-A-PORTER 10
70 News International 10
70 Nomura 10
70 Oliver Wyman 10
70 River Island 10
70 Santander 10
70 Softwire 10
70 Sony 10
70 Surrey County Council 10
70 Towers Watson 10
70 Turner & Townsend 10
70 Unspecified Primary School 10
70 Virgin 10
70 Vision Express 10
70 Zone Creations 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.