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Joining the scheme

Have you got what it takes?

Our graduate business leader programme is both challenging and rewarding.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be one of our future leaders, you will need:

  • To hold or be expecting a minimum 2.1 class honours degree in a business related or numerate subject or in a discipline that demonstrates your analytical skills and capacity for hard work (or equivalent overseas qualifications)

  • Good A Level results (280+ UCAS points)

  • Excellent numeracy, communication, analytical and interpersonal skills

  • A strong drive to succeed

  • The ability to work as part of a team

  • A willingness to be flexible in terms of work location within the UK.

Letting us know you are interested

So if you still think the scheme is for you, apply through the Current Opportunities on our careers page.

What happens next?

If it looks like you might fit the bill, our selection process will test your ambition and ability.  Here’s what happens if you’re successful at each stage:

Stage 1  Telephone interview

Stage 2  Online ability and aptitude tests

Stage 3  Assessment centre

Stage 4  Final interview / offer

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2014 intake

We will be accepting applications via Current Opportunities on our careers page until 31 March 2014 for start dates in September 2014.
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