From July to August, we offer a paid six-week internship which allows you to gain some real-world experience and insight into building a career within investment consultancy while you’re still a student.
It’s a fantastic opportunity for you to get a taste of what we do while also contributing to actual client solutions. If you enjoy it and do a good job, you’ll be welcome back for another internship or invited to apply to our graduate programme.


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Applications for our graduate and internship programmes open in September.
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Our internship programme

You can choose to apply for one of three areas:

Investment Consulting

In investment consulting, you’ll help to deliver investment advice to our clients that meet their objectives while remaining within their constraints. Your challenge is to translate complex concepts into succinct solutions.

Asset & Liability Management (ALM)

Love numbers? As an intern, you’ll work with other interns to complete a group project, introducing you to many of the concepts involved in modelling a pension scheme and advising clients.

Manager Research Team

Fund managers invest our clients’ money. It’ll be your job to make sure we pick the best ones. You’ll look at the universe of fund managers and analyse, interview and report which ones are best placed to deliver our clients’ goals.

Redington Interns

What qualifications you need

We look for undergraduates in their penultimate year of study (or year three for a four-year degree). For Investment Consulting and Manager Research, we hire across all degree disciplines. For Asset & Liability Management, we prefer students studying STEM subjects, as it’s pretty number intensive.

The internship at Redington exceeded all my expectations. The biggest takeaway for me was how approachable and friendly everyone was. Everyone I reached out to was happy to chat with me which made me feel extremely welcomed.


Analyst - Investment Consulting

Our application process

Our application process is split into four stages. As you progress through each stage, our People team will be in touch to explain the next step

Step 1 - Online application and psychometric testing

Apply by sending us your CV and covering letter. You’ll then be invited to complete a couple of psychometric tests (verbal and numerical test). You can find more information about psychometric tests on our FAQ page.

Graduate application process stage 2

Stage two - Video interview

You’ll be invited to complete a video interview – this will involve answering general interview questions to find out a little more about you. If you are applying for ALM there will be some mathematical questions in there too!

Graduate application process stage 4

Step three - Assessment Centre

If you’re applying for our Investment Consulting or Manager Research roles, you’ll be invited to a half-day session to complete some group projects. For ALM roles, you’ll have a more focused interview looking at your quantitative skills and competencies.

Application timeline

Important dates to mark your calendar

Applications open: 1st September 2022 (applications are reviewed on a rolling basis so make sure to apply early)

Applications close: End of September

Assessment Centre: Assessment Centres to take place in October and November with hiring decisions made on the day.

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A day in the life of a Redington intern

What does a typical weekday look like for a summer intern at Redington? Well, let us find out. Meet Mamoun and Sanam two interns who recently joined us as Graduates as they walk through a typical day as interns and provide some advice for students who want to join the internship programme. 

Day in the life intern page

More about Redington

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

For us, CSR isn’t a marketing exercise. It’s central to our mission. We founded RedSTART, a financial literacy charity that equips young people from across the UK with the skills they need to manage their financial futures. We also have an internal charity committee (Redington Acorns) which sets out to leave the world a better place than we found it.
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Inclusion and Diversity

Diversity isn’t about recruiting individuals from a minority-represented group to meet a quota. It’s about building a team of genuinely diverse people, who come from different backgrounds and have different experiences and skills to bring to the table.
We believe it’s our job to create an inclusive environment that allows our team to thrive.

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Our Commitment: net-zero carbon emissions by 2050

We’re aligning our default client advice to the goals of the Paris Agreement, helping our clients set the right emissions reduction pathway for them, in line with their wider investment objectives.

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Applications for our Summer Internship open in September. Register your interest and be the first to hear when they’re live.

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