Imperial College London is looking to recruit recent graduates to its Graduate Finance Training Scheme. Applicants for the Scheme should demonstrate and provide examples of how their skills and experiences meet the following qualities identified.
- A minimum 2.1 undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in any discipline, preferably with A level Mathematics if your degree is not in a numerate subject.
- A minimum of 128 UCAS points (or equivalent) (or 320 points on the old tariff)
- You should also have graduated from higher education within the last three years (since the summer of 2017) or be due to graduate in summer 2020
- Proactive – the ability to take initiative, organise your own time, and manage a dynamic and diverse workload
- Analytical skills – the ability to draw innovative conclusions from detailed research without losing sight of the bigger picture
- Communication skills – effective oral and written communication of ideas with an excellent command of English
- Independent working – the ability to perform effectively under pressure and respond to frequently changing priorities without full time supervision.
- Interpersonal skills – confidence in forming effective working relationships with a broad range of people, including working as part of a team
- Numeracy skills – Fluency and confidence in working with numbers
- Flexibility – enthusiasm in adapting to work of a diverse nature
- An interest in personal and professional development
- An interest in Higher Education