The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers

The definitive guide to Britain's leading
employers recruiting graduates in 2020-21


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Britain's Top Graduate Employers


More than half the employers featured in this year’s edition of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers have autumn deadlines for their 2021 graduate vacancies:


For Top 100 employers that have later application deadlines or those that recruit graduates year-round, it is still recommended to apply as soon as possible, as applicant are often assessed on a first-come, first-served basis and graduate vacancies are expected to fill quickly.

INTRODUCING THE TIMES TOP 100 GRADUATE EMPLOYERS

The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers is the definitive annual guide to Britain’s most sought-after and prestigious graduate employers.

The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers

The new Top 100 employer rankings for 2020-2021 have been compiled
from interviews with over 19,000 graduates who left university in
2020, who were asked "Which employer do you think offers the
best opportunities for graduates?".

But which organisation has been voted Britain's top
graduate employer for 2020? Who are this year’s highest-
climbers and which of the country’s leading graduate
employers are new entries in the latest Top 100?

Despite the continuing Coronavirus crisis, the employers featured in the new edition of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers have over 20,000 graduate vacancies available for 2021.

The digital edition of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers book is online now and copies of the printed hard-backed book are available free-of-charge to student job hunters at fifty key universities across the country, or can be purchased for £19.99, exclusively from Amazon.

CORONAVIRUS AND THE GRADUATE JOB MARKET

The new edition of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers includes exclusive editorial coverage of how graduate employment is being affected by the ongoing Coronavirus crisis.

Before the onset of the pandemic, the country's top graduate employers had been expecting to recruit their highest-ever intake of new graduates in 2020.

But how did the unprecedented Coronavirus recession impact graduate jobs for the ’Class of 2020’ and what is the outlook now for graduate vacancies in 2021?
Read our graduate job market guide

When the Coronavirus lockdown began in March, graduates at employers across the country played their part in the nation’s response to the crisis – from arranging emergency food deliveries and preparing for a vaccine, to staffing the Nightingale Hospitals and working in the Coronavirus test laboratories.
Read our graduate job market guide


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