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At Lloyds Banking Group, we’re redefining financial services, and we’re looking for new talent to help our 30 million customers progress in the digital age. Whatever your experiences or background, we’ll help you to embrace your passions and strengths – and to discover new ones.
Whether you’re interested in building relationships with global businesses, developing the next generation of digital banking or leading community projects, you can help us build the bank of the future.
We encourage individuals from every kind of background to apply. And it shows. Recently, we were named a Times Top 50 Employer For Women, and Euromoney awarded us the Best Bank in the World for Diversity and Inclusion.
If you’re looking for a career with impact – we have a job for you.
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Apply: Lloyds Banking Group scheme
- Name: Abi Portman
- Role: Insurance Graduate
- Joined: September 2014
- University: University of York
- Degree: History
"Like many students, I had no clear idea what I wanted to do after university. History can open so many doors that I found the choice daunting."
"I discovered Lloyds Banking Group has a huge range of roles for people with very different skills. We don’t all sit in front of spreadsheets all day and you don’t need a background in finance – I certainly didn’t!"
Training & Profiles
Join us, and you’ll find your development is our priority. You could achieve higher education and professional qualifications, as well as benefit from our award winning development journey. Above all, you’ll be supported by mentors and experienced business leaders to develop as a person and a professional. On all our programmes, we’ll help you explore your interests, develop your strengths and grow professionally, to build a career that matters.
Lloyds Banking Group welcomes applications from anyone who has achieved, or is on course to achieve a 2:2 degree in any discipline from any unive
• Online Application Process & Assessment
• Online Testing
• Video Interview
• Assessment Centre
Graduate PPI Claim Handler at Lloyds Banking Group
Firstly, I was asked to talk about myself, talk them through my CV. Then we moved on to the next stage asking me a duple of competency based questions focusing on team work, attention to detail, motivation, strengths and weaknesses, and finally, my
Graduate Scheme - Commercial Banking at Lloyds Banking Group
My telephone interview lasted around 30 minutes, and I was first asked why I wanted to join the programme. I was asked about why I wanted to join Lloyds, and about the key issues facing Lloyds today. They also asked me one question about
PPI Case Handler at Lloyds Banking Group
The initial part was a one to one conversation with one of the recruitment team which tested my knowledge on PPI. Then I was invited in to complete an assessment based on the suitability and elgibility of the claim. This process required letter
I'm not sure which Graduate Leadership Programme my degree is
We accept a variety of individuals who are on track to achieve a 2:2 or above in ANY subject, from all universities. All you need to do now is decide which programme appeals most to your passions and interests. As far as selection criteria, we assess your strengths, drive and motivation for the specific programme you have applied to.
Find out more about your strengths and the career path that best fits you, by playing our Discover What Matters game.
What if I don't meet the Programme's minimum eligibility requirements?
You must meet all of the entry requirements in order to qualify for the programme. It’s important that we have a consistent recruitment approach to ensure the process is as fair and effective as possible.
Can I apply to more than one Programme?
We’ll only accept one application per recruitment campaign year. However, if the programme you applied for is full, and your skills and interests match programmes within the same job family, we’ll get in touch to talk about these other opportunities.
Can I complete an internship if I'm not in my penultimate year of
study at university?
No. Internships are aimed at providing work experience during a degree course and, to ensure consistency, you must be in your penultimate year of study.
What will make my application stand out?
You’ll stand out to us if you can demonstrate a sound understanding of the financial services industry, of who our competitors are, and the challenges that we face as an organisation and industry.
We’re looking for people with diverse interests, strong business awareness and the ability to motivate people. What's more, we're looking for people with a real passion for Lloyds Banking Group and the ability to clearly articulate why you're attracted to working for us.