Grad & mentor explain EE's support structure




Here’s your chance to be EE.

We’re EE. And we’re showing the UK how technology can make the everyday better. Our people are keeping our customers happy with great service, and our network, which has been named the best in the UK, is keeping their digital lives connected. Empowered, challenged, supported and rewarded, we recognise that our people are the key to our success. And the Sunday Times agrees – voting us one of the Best Big Companies to Work For.

EE is a super exciting business to be part of. And we know it’s the new talent we bring on board now who will take us above and beyond in the months and years to come. We’ve got big plans for our fresh batch of graduates, so if you’ve got the passion and belief to see them through, then this is your chance to be EE.

We have four graduate schemes in total – all lasting two years and all consisting of a variety of rotations. Each scheme however focuses on a different business area:

  • Commercial Channels & Trading
  • Commercial Marketing
  • Commercial Sales
  • Digital (Digital Customer Experience & Sales or Digital Development & Operations)

Our Commercial Marketing scheme is currently closed, but all others are open for applications. Visit to find out more

Training & Profiles

Aside from the obvious benefits of rapid career progression and all the training and development you can handle, you’ll find these schemes immensely rewarding in lots of different ways.

Application Procedure

Please refer to our website.

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