Revealed: The top 100 apprenticeship employers

Ahead of National Apprenticeship Week, we reveal the UK's top apprentice employers - as rated by apprentices themselves

Apprentices: top 100 employers revealed

National Apprenticeship Week 2020 is just around the corner and employers, providers and colleges are limbering up to shout out about all the advantages apprenticeships have to offer.

The week aims to inspire thousands across the country to consider an apprenticeship route to their future careers. But which employers should they be looking to for opportunities? 

According to RateMyApprenticeship, car dealership company Motus Commercials has been voted the UK’s best employer by apprentices. The website asked 4,000 young people who have recently completed apprenticeships to provide honest feedback on their experience. 


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Defence, security, and aerospace company BAE systems was ranked second, with hospitality company Mitchells & Butlers in third.

The top 100 apprenticeship providers

  1. MOTUS Commercials
  2. BAE Systems
  3. Mitchells & Butlers
  4. M&G
  5. BT
  6. Softcat
  7. PwC
  8. EY
  9. Solenis
  10. BAM Nuttall
  11. GSK
  12. Savills
  13. BMW Group
  14. The AA
  15. Syngenta
  16. BBC
  17. JN Bentley
  18. Mace Group
  19. Sage
  20. University of Oxford
  21. Siemens
  22. National Grid
  23. Accenture
  24. Jisc
  25. Unilever
  26. UBS
  27. Aon
  28. Schneider Electric
  29. Dixons Carphone
  30. AstraZeneca
  31. Cummins
  32. Capgemini
  33. MAG Airports
  34. Warner Bros.
  35. Morrisons
  36. Anchor Trust
  37. T.S.S. (Total Security Services)
  38. Cadent Gas
  39. TUI UK
  40. Transport for London
  41. Barclays
  42. Engie
  43. Pinsent Masons
  44. McDonald's
  45. Network Rail
  46. Deloitte
  47. Aldi
  48. KPMG
  49. Marston's
  50. IBM
  51. Booking.com
  52. Lloyds Banking Group
  53. Iceland
  54. Santander
  55. Bloomberg
  56. RSM
  57. Sellafield Ltd
  58. British Airways
  59. BDO
  60. Tech Data
  61. CGI
  62. HSBC
  63. Arup
  64. Fujitsu
  65. DHL
  66. RBS
  67. E.ON
  68. KFC UK & I
  69. Greene King
  70. Costain
  71. Superdrug
  72. MBDA
  73. Direct Line
  74. GE (General Electric)
  75. EDF Energy
  76. Willis Towers Watson
  77. Martin-Baker
  78. Newcastle Building Society
  79. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  80. Co-op
  81. Pfizer
  82. UK Power Networks
  83. Tesco
  84. Severn Trent
  85. Fidelity International
  86. Virgin Media
  87. Volkswagen Financial Services
  88. BAM Construct UK
  89. Tulip
  90. Jaguar Land Rover
  91. Colt Technologies
  92. Premier Foods
  93. Mazars LLP
  94. Colas Rail
  95. Pendragon
  96. FCA
  97. John Sisk & Sons
  98. Nestle
  99. Cushman & Wakefield 
  100. Thames Water 

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Kate Parker

Kate Parker

Kate Parker is a junior FE reporter

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