“When I received the phone call saying I’d got onto the programme, it really did feel amazing.”
Holly, Accounting and Financial Management Graduate, Finance Programme
We’re one of the biggest names in health and beauty retailing. What sets us apart is our commitment to making sure everyone who walks into one of our c2,500 stores leaves us feeling good – about themselves and about Boots. We want all the people who work for us to get the feel-good factor too. So no matter where you join us as a graduate, you can expect all the support and opportunities you need to enjoy a genuinely fulfilling career.
Our vision is to build on our 160-year record of success to become the world’s best pharmacy-led health and beauty retailer. As a graduate, you’ll have a pivotal role to play in helping us get there. We’ve got four graduate programmes this year, and each offers responsibility and real-life projects from the outset.
The Retail Management Programme is for future store leaders – join us here, and you could have the keys to your own store in just 12 months. Our Brand, Buying and Marketing Programme is all about developing, sourcing and marketing our own brands (including No.7, Soltan and Botanics) as well as a huge range of external brands.
Then there’s our award-winning Finance Programme, which offers the chance to gain hands-on experience in financial accounting, management information and business partnering. We’ll also provide funding for the ACCA or CIMA qualification. And our new Leadership Programme gives you the chance to project manage a wide range of business, web and technology solutions – ideas are what matters here, not a background in technology.
Across all the schemes we’re looking for graduates who’ll go that bit further to put the customer first. People who’ll share our passion about making our stores a fantastic place to shop for people from all walks of life.
Please refer to our website.
Retail Management Graduate at Boots
There was an online application which asked several questions like "Why do you want to work here" and some comptency based questions too. You also had to include a cover letter and CV. After that application there was a numerical reasoning test.
Boots talent Programmes - Retail Management Programme at Boots
It was a test online to get through to the assessment centre then once passed there were various tasks on the assessment day. Only about 9 people on my course started with a quick presentation and then given two booklets one for answering the other
Boots - Retail Management Graduate Programme at Boots
The interview was done as part of the assessment centre. The lady who conducted the interview was lovely, but unfortunately I don't feel that enough questions were actually asked in order to show fully the skills I have which would have made me an