Six firms that don't mind what you studied

Studying a certain degree subject doesn’t necessarily mean you have to pursue a career in it. Many employers welcome applications from a wide range of degrees, because they want as broad range of skills as possible. Here are six of Bright Network’s top firms who have no requirement when it comes to your degree subject.

1. Capgemini

Hopes. Dreams. Aspirations. We all have them. And chances are yours aren't a carbon copy of everyone else’s. That’s why, at Capgemini, we give you options – and the freedom to achieve your ambitions your way. Whether that's joining one of Management Consulting programmes or taking on a technology or business role in our wide-ranging Capgemini Graduate Community. Whatever you go for, expect early responsibility on complex projects for big-name clients, plus the chance to work alongside, and pick the brains of, experts in different industries. You'll be involved, be stretched and, just as importantly, be trusted.

2. Deloitte

Think of the Deloitte graduate programme as the first step on an incredible journey. The start of a brilliant career in business that could take you wherever you want it to go. You’ll gain an unprecedented insight into the way different organisations and industries operate. You’ll get to work alongside inspiring colleagues and a rich variety of clients as you tackle some of the most exciting business challenges around. As well as working towards a professional qualification, you’ll benefit from outstanding learning and development opportunities. 

3. Marsh Ltd

Marsh & McLennan Companies gives people with purpose the global platform and the extraordinary colleagues they need to make an impact on how the world works. They bring together different businesses and diverse talents to change what is possible for their clients, their industries, and society. Marsh's four operating companies — Marsh, Guy Carpenter, Mercer, and Oliver Wyman — offer a world of opportunities to apply your energy and your gifts to some of the great challenges of our time in an atmosphere of purpose, collaboration and deep mutual respect.

4. Mckinsey & Co

McKinsey & Company is a global management consulting firm. They are the trusted advisor to the world's leading businesses, governments, and institutions, as they work with leading organisations across the private, public and social sectors. At Mckinsey you'll build your capabilities and leadership skills at every level and every opportunity. Working with their international client base, you'll fully participate in the process and lead the ongoing work.

5. Schroders

Long-term thinking. More than anything else, that’s what defines Schroders. It’s not a new approach - for well over 200 years now, they’ve been creating long-term value for their clients, and have become one of the most respected names in asset management precisely because they look to the future. Their independence, integrity and deliberate focus on relationships have helped us to build trust and develop the business. Today, Schroders manage £325.9bn on behalf of institutional and retail investors, financial institutions and high net worth clients worldwide.

6. Taylor Wessing

Taylor Wessing is a full-service international law firm, standing at the forefront of the industries of tomorrow. Acting as legal advisors to well-known clients in progressive and cutting-edge sectors, they’re a firm for the ground breakers, the smart thinkers and the trail blazers. Their focus on the industries of tomorrow - technology, media and communications, life sciences, private wealth and energy - means that alongside law students, they also recruit a wide range of students who have studied non-law degrees.