Bank Of England
graduate scheme
Expires23 days

Graduate Development Programme

Still recruiting throughout COVID‑19

Job description

Think we only talk numbers? Think again.

At the Bank of England, whilst we have a rich history, we’re certainly not stuck in the past. We think innovatively to oversee the country’s entire financial system and keep it going. It takes lots of different people with lots of specialisms to help us do that. So we don’t just look for graduates with economics degrees, or one ‘type’ of person.

We offer graduate development programmes for those who are studying, or have studied, any subject. Depending on your passion and skills, you’ll take on either a generalist scheme or a specialised scheme, where you’ll work across anything from technology to research. No matter the area, we’ll support you to develop your skills and build your confidence. And you’ll also have the chance to attend talks and networking events alongside other graduates.

The graduate development programme runs for two years and three month duration, starting September 2021.

We also have a range of paid internships and industrial placements for undergraduates, and actuarial development programmes for graduates in numerical subjects.

What we are looking for


To join us, you’ll have less than two years’ relevant work experience. Plus, you’ll need to hold - or be expecting – a 2:1 in any subject (remember, you don’t need a numerical or economics degree).

So whatever your degree subject, we’ll value your perspectives and support you from day one. It’s a really collaborative and innovative environment, so you’ll need to be a great team player with plenty of ideas. And, importantly, we’re after people who are keen to learn and up for a challenge. Are you?

Accepted degree subjects


Additional job details


Contract, dates and working times
Fixed term


How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 23 November 2020

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Closing date:  23 November 2020

Expires23 days

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