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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.

West Midlands – Science, research, engineering & technology professionals

Rank Employer Graduate-level posts
1 Jaguar Land Rover 135
2 National Grid 20
3 Arup 15
3 Tata Technologies 15
5 Bet365 10
5 Capgemini 10
5 JCB 10
5 Rolls-Royce 10
5 Severn Trent 10
10 Aecom 5
10 Aston Martin 5
10 Atkins 5
10 BAE Systems 5
10 DCA Design International 5
10 ENABLE 5
10 Inspired 5
10 Kier Group 5
10 Manufacturing Technology Centre 5
10 Mondelez International 5
10 Mott Macdonald 5
10 Plastic Omnium 5
10 Qinetiq 5
10 Ricardo 5
10 Solid Solutions 5
10 Spark 44 5
10 Spark44 5
10 Staffordshire University 5
10 Telent 5
10 Unipart Manufacturing Group 5
10 UTC Aerospace Systems 5
10 Vax 5
10 WSP Group 5
33 Acturis Fewer than 5
33 Adidas Fewer than 5
33 Air Products Fewer than 5
33 Aldi Fewer than 5
33 ALS Environmental Fewer than 5
33 Amey Fewer than 5
33 Aston University Fewer than 5
33 Balfour Beatty Fewer than 5
33 Bam Nuttall Fewer than 5
33 Biffa Fewer than 5
33 Bosch Fewer than 5
33 British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Fewer than 5
33 Carillion Fewer than 5
33 CGI Group Fewer than 5
33 CH2M Hill Fewer than 5
33 Churchill China Fewer than 5
33 Codemasters Fewer than 5
33 Co-operative (Co-Op) Fewer than 5
33 Countrywide Fewer than 5
33 Coventry Building Society Fewer than 5
33 Coventry University Fewer than 5
33 Cundall Fewer than 5
33 Curtins Fewer than 5
33 Department for Education Fewer than 5
33 DHL Fewer than 5
33 DPD Fewer than 5
33 Element Materials Technology Fewer than 5
33 Environment Agency Fewer than 5
33 Eurofins Scienctific Fewer than 5
33 Experian Fewer than 5
33 FDM Fewer than 5
33 Frazer-Nash Consultancy Fewer than 5
33 Fujitsu Fewer than 5
33 Graham Fewer than 5
33 Grant Thornton Fewer than 5
33 Highways England Fewer than 5
33 Hoare Lea Fewer than 5
33 IBM Fewer than 5
33 Interserve Fewer than 5
33 Jacobs Engineering Fewer than 5
33 Kerry Group Fewer than 5
33 Lloyds Banking Group Fewer than 5
33 MDSL Fewer than 5
33 Morgan Advanced Matereials Fewer than 5
33 Morgan Sindall Fewer than 5
33 MWH Global Fewer than 5
33 Network Rail Fewer than 5
33 NFU Mutual Fewer than 5
33 PCMS Fewer than 5
33 PM Group Fewer than 5
33 PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Fewer than 5
33 Public Health England Fewer than 5
33 QA Fewer than 5
33 Quick Release Fewer than 5
33 ReAssure Fewer than 5
33 Renishaw Fewer than 5
33 Saint-Gobain Fewer than 5
33 Schneider Electric Fewer than 5
33 Tarmac Fewer than 5
33 Tata Consultancy Services Fewer than 5
33 Tata Steel Fewer than 5
33 Taylor Wimpey Fewer than 5
33 Uber Fewer than 5
33 University of Worcester Fewer than 5
33 Virgin Fewer than 5
33 Western Power Distribution Fewer than 5
33 Worcestershire County Council Fewer than 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.