Throughout our graduate recruitment we use different selection techniques to enable us to find out more about you and your strengths, while also giving you the opportunity to find out more about us. Ultimately this helps us ensure we recruit the best person for the job.
Below you can see examples of the different stages you will be asked to participate in.
*For candidates applying for our Finance graduate scheme, interviews will take place after the successful completion of an assessment centre and not as part of the assessment centre itself.
Remember to make a note of the deadline ahead of time. You will need to make sure you have fully completed your application and submitted it to us by the closing date. Unfortunately, we can’t accept any late applications.
Your cover letter
When writing your cover letter, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to begin, or what to include. You cover letter should talk about the reason you’re applying for the vacancy, outline your key skills and how they relate to the role you’re applying for.
Tailor your CV
It’s always best to tailor you application to the role that you’re applying for. Our roles receive lots of applications so it’s really important to showcase your skills and stand out from the crowd. Try to include your achievements and explain how the skills you have will benefit us.
The documents we can accept to establish your right to work are set out by the Home Office. There are two lists of acceptable documents - List A and List B. List A and List B documents are published here (PDF 272 KB opens in new window).
It's important that you show a proof of address, we can't accept photocopies of documents. Here is a list of documents we accept as proof of address (PDF 226 KB opens in a new window).
You must show original documentation, or a combination of documents, specified in one of the lists to prove your eligibility to work in the UK.