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Top Graduate Employers

Below is a list of the top 100 graduate recruiters. You can filter the table by region, industry and occupation.

The financial services industry is the main recruiter of university graduates into professional employment. The second main recruiter is the healthcare industry.

London – Business, media & public service professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) 135
2 KPMG 130
3 Accenture 45
4 Barclays 25
4 Civil Service 25
4 Lloyds Banking Group 25
7 Grant Thornton 20
8 BAE Systems 15
8 BDO 15
8 Cushman & Wakefield 15
8 FDM 15
8 HM Treasury 15
8 IBM 15
8 Transport For London 15
15 Aecom 10
15 Arcadis 10
15 Bank of England 10
15 Capgemini 10
15 CBRE 10
15 Department for Education 10
15 FTI Consulting 10
15 Goldman Sachs 10
15 House of Commons 10
15 JDX Consulting 10
15 JP Morgan 10
15 Kingston Smith 10
15 Mace 10
15 PA Consulting 10
15 PKF 10
15 Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) 10
15 RSM 10
15 Savills 10
15 Smith & Williamson 10
15 Spandidos Publications 10
15 Springer Nature 10
15 University of Greenwich 10
37 Aberdeen Asset Management 5
37 Acturis 5
37 Amazon 5
37 Aon Hewitt 5
37 Arup 5
37 Atkins 5
37 Bain & Company 5
37 Balfour Beatty 5
37 Bank of America 5
37 Barnes Roffe 5
37 Barnett Waddingham 5
37 BCG 5
37 Bell Pottinger 5
37 Bluefin 5
37 BNP Paribas 5
37 Boston Consulting Group 5
37 Brands2Life 5
37 British Airways 5
37 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) 5
37 BT 5
37 Cabinet Office 5
37 Camden London Borough Council 5
37 Canary Wharf Group 5
37 Carillion 5
37 Chambers & Partners 5
37 Church of England 5
37 CIL Management Consultants 5
37 Citi 5
37 Colliers International 5
37 Corporate Executive Board Company 5
37 Credit Suisse 5
37 Crowe Clark Whitehill 5
37 Croydon Council 5
37 Daily Express 5
37 Daily Mail 5
37 Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy 5
37 Department for Communities and Local Government 5
37 Department for Transport 5
37 Deutsche Bank 5
37 Direct Line 5
37 Ealing Council 5
37 Efficio 5
37 Estée Lauder 5
37 Financial Conduct Authority 5
37 Four Communications 5
37 Frontline 5
37 Fujitsu 5
37 Gardiner & Theobald 5
37 GlaxoSmithKline 5
37 Grayce 5
37 Havas 5
37 Haysmacintyre 5
37 Her Majesty's Government 5
37 HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) 5
37 Home Office 5
37 HW Fisher 5
37 Informa 5
37 Ipsos MORI 5
37 ISG Pearce 5
37 JLL 5
37 Kantar Worldpanel 5
37 Ketchum 5
37 Kier Group 5
37 Knight Frank 5
37 L.E.K. Consulting 5
37 Laing O'Rourke 5
37 Lendlease 5
37 Lidl 5
37 London Borough of Havering 5
37 London Borough of Hounslow 5
37 London Borough of Islington 5
37 London Metropolitan University 5
37 London School of Economics & Political Science 5
37 London Stock Exchange 5
37 L'Oreal 5
37 Malcolm Hollis 5
37 Mazars 5
37 MediaCom 5
37 Menzies LLP 5
37 Mind 5
37 Ministry of Justice 5
37 Moore Stephens 5
37 Morgan Sindall 5
37 Morgan Stanley 5
37 Mott Macdonald 5
37 Mouchel 5
37 MS Almin 5
37 Multiplex 5
37 National Audit Office 5
37 NBCUniversal 5
37 Network Rail 5
37 North Highland Consulting 5
37 Ofcom 5
37 Oliver Wyman 5
37 Portland Communications 5
37 Rostrum 5
37 Royal Borough of Greenwich Coucil 5
37 Saffery Champness 5
37 Sainsbury's 5
37 Santander 5
37 Shell 5
37 Skanska 5
37 Sky 5
37 Sony 5
37 Sotheby's 5
37 Teach First 5
37 The Sun 5
37 Third Bridge 5
37 Thomson Reuters 5
37 Translate Plus 5
37 TransPerfect 5
37 Turner & Townsend 5
37 UBS 5
37 UHY Hacker Young 5
37 UK Parliament 5
37 University of West London 5
37 Vardags 5
37 Weber Shandwick 5
37 Wilkinson Eyre 5
37 Willis Towers Watson 5
37 Workman 5
37 WSP Group 5
37 YouGov 5

This table is compiled using data taken from the annual Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2015–16) 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.