Whether you’re in your first or final year, it’s never too early to start thinking about where you want to be when you graduate. Here we profile several of the country’s top graduate schemes.
PwC offered over 1300 graduate jobs in 2018 across a diverse range of areas including Actuarial, Deals, Tax, Legal and Consulting. With offices in 158 countries and more than 250,000 people, they are a leading professional services firm.
The Civil Service Fast Stream was voted Employer of the Year in the 2019 rankings. It’s an award-winning leadership development programme offering a choice of 15 schemes, each within a profession. They offer a competitive minimum starting salary and value flexible working arrangements and the space to achieve a work-life balance.
Aldi offered 100 graduate jobs in 2018 in positions such as Area Manager. And if you’re into cars you’ll be intrigued to know that they give graduates a package which includes an Audi A4 or a BMW 3 series!
Teach First ensures you get paid from day one in class. You will gain internationally recognised teacher training qualifications in the duration of the two year programme, including an optional third year to complete Master’s.
Google offers programmes across Engineering & Technology, Finance, Sales, Marketing and more. They have no fixed quota on the number of graduate jobs they offer. They have a distinctive culture and are dedicated by the mantra ‘find them, grow them, keep them’.
Deloitte’s programmes offer graduates professional qualifications, endless opportunities to nourish curiosity and lots of support for development and progression. They offer programmes across Audit & Assurance, Cyber and Governance amongst many more.
The NHS Graduate Management Training Scheme offers the chance to develop the skills and confidence needed to lead the NHS through transformation into a more efficient, successful and professional health care service.
They offer the programme in various locations across the UK and in a diverse range of areas such as Finance Management or Policy and Strategy.