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TheTimes Top 100 Graduate Employers is a list of the top employers for graduates in the United Kingdom. The Top 100 book is published annually by The Times newspaper and High Fliers Publications Limited, and an accompanying website provides live, up-to-date information for university students. The list is collated based on a research gathered in the largest final year student survey of its kind, The UK Graduate Careers Survey, and last year nearly 20,000 students took part in the research.

It has been published every year since 1999, and the 2018–2019 edition marked the 20th year of the Top 100.

The editor is Martin Birchall, managing director of High Fliers.


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