Thinking about applying for our graduate programme? Got questions? This page is for you. We hope you find the answers you’re looking for here.
How do I apply?
All applications must be submitted online via our online application form.
What does each stage involve?
The graduate hiring process is split into 3 steps.
Step 1 – Online application and psychometric testing
Step 2 – Recorded video interview
Stage 3 – Assessment Centre
More information can be found on the graduate page.
If you need any adjustments or do not have access to technology or the proper settings to complete the online/virtual elements of the process, please contact our People team at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be pleased to assist you.
When can I expect to hear back?
Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. You can expect to hear back from us shortly after completing your online application and psychometric test.
When would I start?
You would start in the first week of September 2024.
Why do we use psychometric testing?
As part of the application process, we will ask candidates to complete a psychometric test. We use psychometric tests as an objective quantifiable way of measuring how suitable someone is for the graduate programme and how capable they’d be doing it.
What should I expect?
Taking place online you’ll often be given 30 minutes to answer questions that cover:
- verbal reasoning – your ability to understand written information
- numerical reasoning – how you think using numbers
How to prepare for a psychometric test?
We would strongly advise that you take the time to practice before completing the psychometric test. This will give you a chance to:
- get familiar with the types of questions you’re likely to be asked
- overcome your nerves
- work out how much time you’re likely to have on each question so you can pace yourself
- learn tips to make sure you perform at your best
You can find free practice sets on sites like:
Training & development
What training do you offer graduates?
In addition to learning on the job, there are chances to take part in knowledge-sharing sessions and seminars. There is also the opportunity to get professional qualifications like the CFA or FIA.
Study support is offered to those who join our graduate schemes. You will be given study time, and your course fees will be covered for you.
Do you offer rotation to other teams?
Typically no, although all client facing teams work closely together.
Eligibility and visas
Is there a deadline?
Applications are assessed on a rolling basis with assessment centres evaluations taking place in October and November. We encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.
What are the academic requirements?
We welcome applications from all universities and degree disciplines. So, if you have an undergraduate degree and want to build a career in investment consulting, we encourage you to apply.
Do you only take applications from certain universities?
No. We are completely open to where you have studied.
I graduated a few years ago. Can I still apply?
Ready to apply?
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