How to apply

Get an overview of the application process, what to expect and how to prepare.

Who can apply?

You'll only be considered for a role on the NTU Graduate Development Programme if you are either:

  • a current undergraduate from NTU in your final year of study, on track to receive a grade of 2:1 or above
  • an NTU graduate who has graduated within the last two years, achieving a grade of 2:1 or above
  • an NTU postgraduate who also obtained their undergraduate from NTU (within the last two years).

How do I apply?

Applications are closed for now but will reopen in December 2019 for the 2020/21 graduate programme.

We have a diverse range of roles on offer. Take some time to read through job descriptions and person specifications for each of them, new job roles are being added so be sure to keep an eye out for them.

All applications will be shortlisted against the role’s person specification document. You'll find the person specification documents on their corresponding job page. If we believe you're well suited to the role and the programme, you'll be invited to complete some online tests.

Once you've been successful in your application and scored in the top percentile of applicants in the tests, you'll be invited to an assessment centre.

On your invitation you'll be asked to specify which assessment centre you'll attend, the dates of these assessment centres can be found on our what to expect page.

The top performing applicants at the assessment centres will be invited to interview for the role that they applied for. Interviews will take place in the two weeks following the assessment centres. You must be available for the specific interview date for your role if you wish to be considered.

The dates of interview for each job role will be published in January 2020.

Head over to our what to expect page for further information about our assessment centres, the application process, and how to prepare for them.

If you have any questions or queries, please get in touch with the Graduate Development Programme team and we’ll be happy to help.

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