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Top Graduate Employers

The financial services industry is, for the third consecutive year, the main recruiter of university graduates into professional employment. You can filter the table below by region, industry and occupation.

Information & communication

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Accenture 175
2 IBM 155
3 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 85
4 Sky 80
5 BT 75
5 FDM 75
7 BAE Systems 55
8 Capgemini 50
9 Hewlett Packard 35
10 Atos 30
10 CGI Group 30
10 QA 30
10 Vodafone 30
14 Cisco Systems 25
14 ITV 25
14 Virgin 25
17 Acturis 20
17 Bloomberg 20
17 Fujitsu 20
17 Microsoft 20
21 Fidessa 15
21 First Derivatives 15
21 Google 15
21 Newsquest 15
21 Rockstar Games 15
21 Warner Brothers 15
27 Access Group 10
27 ANDigital 10
27 Archant 10
27 Bauer Media 10
27 Bluefin 10
27 CACI 10
27 Chambers & Partners 10
27 Disney 10
27 Dorset Software 10
27 FactSet 10
27 Framestore 10
27 Kainos 10
27 Liberty Information Technology 10
27 Lupus Films 10
27 Oxford University Press 10
27 Scott Logic 10
27 Skyscanner 10
27 Softwire 10
27 Sogeti 10
27 Sopra Steria 10
27 The Tab 10
27 Thomson Reuters 10
27 TT Games 10
27 Verint Systems 10
51 Advanced Health and Care 5
51 Agile Solutions 5
51 Agilisys 5
51 Alert Logic 5
51 APT 5
51 Arqiva 5
51 Auto Trader 5
51 Avecto 5
51 Base 3 Systems 5
51 BioMed Central 5
51 Blue Zoo Animation Studio 5
51 Brightpearl 5
51 BuzzFeed 5
51 BYG Systems 5
51 CA Technologies 5
51 Cambridge University Press 5
51 Cerner 5
51 CGP 5
51 Channel 4 5
51 CHP Consulting 5
51 Civica 5
51 Cloudreach 5
51 Code Computerlove 5
51 Cognizant 5
51 Columbus 5
51 Computer Sciences Corporation 5
51 Condé Nast 5
51 Creative Assembly 5
51 CRF Health 5
51 CSC 5
51 CyberSource 5
51 Dai 5
51 Daily Express 5
51 Daily Mail 5
51 Darktrace 5
51 Delcam 5
51 Deluxe Media 5
51 Dennis Publishing 5
51 Double Negative Visual Effects 5
51 Dovetail Games 5
51 eBECS 5
51 ECS 5
51 Elsevier 5
51 Endemol 5
51 Experior 5
51 Financial Times 5
51 Football Radar 5
51 FremantleMedia 5
51 Frontier Developments 5
51 G T I Media 5
51 Geneity 5
51 Global Radio 5
51 Gorkana 5
51 Hawk-Eye Innovations 5
51 Hearst 5
51 IMS Health 5
51 Incisive Media 5
51 Informa 5
51 Inmarsat 5
51 Inspired 5
51 International Financial Data Services 5
51 IOP Publishing 5
51 IPL 5
51 IRIS 5
51 Johnston Press 5
51 Legit Films 5
51 LexisNexis 5
51 Lime Pictures 5
51 MathWorks 5
51 Metaswitch Networks 5
51 Metronet UK 5
51 Moneysupermarket.com 5
51 Moving Picture Company 5
51 MWR InfoSecurity 5
51 Nature Publishing Gfroup 5
51 Ncc Group 5
51 O2 5
51 Open GI 5
51 Oracle 5
51 Palantir 5
51 Pearson 5
51 Perform Group 5
51 Phastar 5
51 Phoenix Partnership 5
51 Playground Games 5
51 Purple Secure Systems 5
51 Qube Global Software 5
51 Qubit 5
51 Reed 5
51 REPL 5
51 Rightmove 5
51 risual 5
51 Route 1 Games 5
51 Sage 5
51 Salmon 5
51 Santander 5
51 SAP 5
51 SAS 5
51 SecureWorks 5
51 Servelec Group 5
51 Softcat 5
51 Software AG 5
51 Sony 5
51 Sophos 5
51 Spandidos Publications 5
51 Sparta Global 5
51 Squawka 5
51 Sumo Digital 5
51 SWNS 5
51 Sword Apak 5
51 Symphony EYC 5
51 Synectics Solutions 5
51 Talk Talk 5
51 Target Group 5
51 Taylor & Francis 5
51 Techmodal 5
51 Telegraph Media Group 5
51 Telent 5
51 The Guardian 5
51 The Telegraph 5
51 The Test People 5
51 Thomsons Online Benefits 5
51 Time Inc 5
51 Trinity Mirror 5
51 Troubador Publishing 5
51 Ubisoft 5
51 UD Group 5
51 United Vanning 5
51 Universal Studios 5
51 Unspecified 5
51 Unspecified Employer 5
51 Unspecified It Company 5
51 ZigZag Education 5

This table is compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2014–15) conducted by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). Numbers are rounded to the nearest five in line with Higher Education Statistics Agency confidentiality requirements. Read more about how we compile these tables.