You’ll need to be expecting or have achieved a 2:1
You’ll need at least 120 UCAS points from three A-levels or equivalent (excluding General Studies) using
the 2017 UCAS Tariff System
This programme is designed for those with less than two years relevant work experience
You don’t need an Economics degree. The programme is open to applicants from all disciplines
What will you learn?
In your day to day, you’ll gather and analyse information and take part in meetings with colleagues and external stakeholders. It will help you to get the experience and develop the skills you need to become an expert analyst.
We offer a supportive and inclusive work environment. We will give you a comprehensive induction to the Bank and organise talks and networking events. And with all of the other people on the graduate scheme, it will be fun and sociable too.
Where will you work?
You have to apply for one of the following areas:
This is our generalist scheme, which is open to graduates from any degree discipline. You’ll have access to opportunities in many areas such as Banking, Markets, Notes and Human Resources.
If you’re doing an undergraduate degree in economics or finance, this is for you.
We will help you develop technical expertise in areas such as stress-testing, the Help to Buy scheme or wider market risks.
If you study a quantitative degree such as maths or engineering, this is for you. You’ll collect, compile and analyse data for publication.
Interested in technology? You don’t need a degree in Computer Science to work with us. Based on your interest and skills, you can work in areas such as developing, infrastructure, service management or IT security.
You can have any degree to become a supervisor. Your role would involve supervising financial institutions such as insurance companies, banks and building societies.
If you’re doing a Master’s degree in Economics or Finance, this is for you. You will work in a research-focused area such as Monetary Analysis, International or Markets.
Are you who we’re looking for?
If you’re motivated to work for us, we would love to work with you. We’re looking for people who enjoy working with people and share our values of diverse ideas and open debate. You need to be a quick learner who’s able to work with tools and data sources. You also have to be comfortable with setting your own targets, meeting tight deadlines and working under your own initiative.
We employ people from all backgrounds to join our diverse and inclusive staff.