Monday night saw over 350 people join us at the InterContinental Hotel, Park Lane, for the announcement of the 2014/15 Top Companies For Graduates To Work For. We had a brilliant time and hopefully our guests did too!

You can see more pictures from the Awards, which were hosted by Alex Horne, the fantastic host of Radio 4’s The Horne Section, on our facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/JobCrowd

The higlight of course was the announcement of the best companies for graduates to work for in each sector and overall. This year, we ranked two Top 100s – one for companies who take on 30 or more gradautes each year and one for those who take less than 30 gradautes in each intake. So who are the very best companies for graduates to work for? Capacitas and Barratt Developments!

The full results will go up on the site next week but in the meantime, here are the Top 100 lists:

 

The Top 100 Companies For Graduates To Work For

(LARGER Intake: MORE than 30 graduates per year)

 

1

Barratt Developments

51

Skanska

2

National Grid

52

Thales

3

Catlin Group

53

Costain

4

Bain & Company

54

Kier

5

GlaxoSmithKline

55

Centrica

6

Mace Limited

56

Grant Thornton UK LLP

7

Vodafone

57

Clifford Chance LLP

8

Explore Learning

58

Mott MacDonald

9

GE

59

BDO LLP

10

Fidessa

60

Rolls-Royce

11

Procter & Gamble

61

Atos

12

Allianz Insurance

62

nucleargraduates

13

Asda

63

Nationwide

14

Schlumberger

64

Amey

15

HSBC Bank Plc

65

Nestle

16

Hilton Worldwide

66

Accenture

17

Unilever

67

UK Power Networks

18

Telefonica

68

Sky

19

L’Oreal

69

Zurich Financial Services

20

AXA

70

Siemens

21

BP

71

GVA

22

TK Maxx

72

WSP Group

23

E.ON

73

Morgan Sindall

24

Linklaters LLP

74

Balfour Beatty

25

Wood Group

75

National Graduate Development Programme

26

Adecco Group UK & Ireland

76

Tesco

27

Sellafield Ltd

77

Clyde & Co LLP

28

Hogan Lovells International LLP

78

Charityworks

29

Fujitsu

79

BT

30

Capgemini

80

Addleshaw Goddard LLP

31

Johnson Matthey

81

Kantar Worldpanel

32

John Lewis Partnership

82

Imagination Technologies

33

FDM Group

83

DSTL

34

Boots

84

DTZ

35

Hays

85

NHS

36

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

86

Civil Service Fast Stream

37

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

87

Mindshare

38

Dentsu Aegis Network

88

Irwin Mitchell LLP

39

CMS Cameron McKenna LLP

89

URS

40

Fidelity Worldwide Investment

90

Slaughter & May

41

City Year

91

Imperial Tobacco

42

Savills (UK) Limited

92

Mercer

43

Vax

93

BAE Systems

44

PA Consulting Group

94

Angela Mortimer Group

45

EMC

95

Change Agents UK

46

Transport for London

96

WM Morrisons

47

DWF LLP

97

CGI

48

Jaguar Land Rover

98

Marks and Spencer

49

Renishaw

99

Arcadia Group

50

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

100

Bank of England

 

The Top 100 Companies For Graduates To Work For

(smaller Intake: less than 30 graduates per year)

 

 

1

Capacitas

51

Leap29

2

Express Vending

52

Mills & Reeve LLP

3

Mars

53

Bird & Bird LLP

4

Chaucer Syndicates

54

Steer Davies Gleave

5

Robert Walters

55

AkzoNobel

6

Credo Business Consulting

56

Celsius Graduate Recruitment

7

Kiln Group

57

Associated British Foods

8

Softwire

58

FirstGroup

9

Merlin Entertainments

59

Mitchells and Butlers

10

Knight Frank

60

NonStop Recruitment

11

Carluccio’s

61

Sophos

12

Anglian Water

62

Foster Wheeler

13

Hilti GB Ltd

63

Morgan Advanced Materials

14

DAS

64

Sidley Austin LLP

15

Croudace Homes

65

Thomson Reuters

16

Philips UK

66

Wolfson Microelectronics

17

LCH.Clearnet – part of the London Stock Exchange Group

67

Petrofac

18

Microsoft

68

Kingfisher Plc

19

TUI Travel PLC

69

AMV BBDO

20

InterContinental Hotels Group

70

easyJet

21

Red Gate Software

71

Cancer Research UK

22

FMC Technologies

72

CRU

23

Marsh

73

BNP Paribas Real Estate

24

BAM Construct UK

74

British Sugar

25

FactSet

75

Paddy Power

26

VOLKSWAGEN Group UK

76

Telegraph Media Group

27

Grainger PLC

77

Carter Jonas

28

Bidwells

78

Kent County Council

29

Unipart Group

79

M&C Saatchi Group

30

Science and Technology Facilities Council

80

Tamdown Group

31

Cushman & Wakefield

81

Fuller’s

32

Dunnhumby

82

Penningtons Manches LLP

33

Shoosmiths

83

Tata Steel

34

CHP Consulting

84

RWE Npower

35

CRODA

85

Shearman & Sterling LLP

36

Danone

86

IPG Mediabrands

37

Johnson & Johnson

87

DAC Beachcroft LLP

38

Brightsource

88

Nabarro

39

Spirax Sarco

89

Morrison & Foerster (UK) LLP

40

Expedia.com

90

Miller Construction (UK) Ltd

41

Latham & Watkins

91

CoreFiling

42

Mitsubishi UFJ Securities International

92

Montash

43

Air Products

93

Thames Water

44

Schroders

94

Bakkavor Group

45

Delcam

95

Taylor Wimpey

46

Weil, Gotshal & Manges

96

Reckitt Benckiser

47

3 Monkeys

97

Bond Dickinson LLP

48

Burges Salmon LLP

98

Rentokil Initial

49

Hazlewoods LLP

99

RM Education

50

3M

100

Mishcon de Reya

 

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