So, you’re thinking about working for the biggest and fastest network in the UK (and the Sunday Times Best Big Company to Work For). Smart move. Because we’ve got a lot to offer you. Great perks. Great support. And great opportunities. We know we’ll only achieve our company vision if our people are happy and have everything that they need to work to the best of their ability.
At EE, we’ve got big ambitions for the future, and our graduates are at the heart of those plans. We want to continue to bring people closer together through new technology and exceptional service, and we know it’s our graduates that will build our success for years to come. So, if you have the passion and belief needed to shape the future of connection, this is your chance to be EE.
We run six graduate schemes. All of our graduate roles last for two years, and incorporate a number of rotations to make sure you get a comprehensive understanding of your chosen business area. Click on the roles in this hub to find out more about each scheme.Apply for scheme
- Name: Fiona Redding
- Role: Strategy & Project Delivery Graduate
- Joined: September 2014
- University: Royal Holloway, University of London
- Degree: English Literature and Modern European Philosophy
“You get to the end of the induction and you are asked to solve a business problem and present back your solution to an MD. That’s amazing exposure at such an early stage.”
“You realise how fast this industry is moving. It’s changing rapidly and change represents opportunity.”
- Name: Hannah Doyle
- Role: Finance Graduate
- Joined: September 2015
- University: Cardiff University
- Degree: Biomedical Science - Neuroscience
“I really enjoy the culture and office environment at EE. It’s a great place to work, and everyone has been really helpful and friendly during my time here. The rotations have given me a good breadth of experience, and it’s been great to see different aspects of the business and how they fit together. I didn’t come from a Financial background so was slightly apprehensive before I started, but that hasn’t held me back and I’ve learned a lot over the past two years.”
Training & Profiles
We’re all about developing our people so they can reach their full potential. From your first day, you’ll be provided with all the support you need to really make an impact at EE. We offer a solid induction and intensive training programmes across the company. And once you’re in a role, we want to help you be the very best you can be and achieve your career goals. Whether that means being the very best you can be, broadening your skills in another function, or taking your career to the next level – we’ll be there supporting you along the way, giving you the tools and guidance that you need to make the most out of your career at EE.
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EE - Technology Graduate Scheme (Bristol) at EE
My interview was part of an assessment centre which involved a group exercise and solo presentation. The interview itself was with a technology manager, namely systems networking. Prior to the interview, we were all given a short situational
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The face to face interview consisted of a range of behavioural competency questions; with proper preparation they are very easy as long as you have past experience to relate to them. Look up behavioural competency questions; I found 100 on google,
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This varies, depending on the role. Your recruiter or interviewer should let you know when to expect feedback. If you're unsure please check in with your recruiter.
Why have I been rejected at application stage?
We carefully review all applications against our criteria for the role and take time to look over any questions that you answer during the application process. If you don't make it past this stage it's because we've decided your application hasn't met the criteria we're after for this particular role, or we've had applications from more suitable candidates.
Unfortunately, due to the number of applications we receive for each role, we can't give feedback on an individual basis.
You should also note that, if you've been passed over for a role, you won't be able to apply for the same position for another six months. Don't worry though; there are still plenty of great jobs on offer that you can apply for.
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