Here are some of the questions we’re most frequently asked about Aberdeen’s graduate and internship programmes.
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All of our graduate roles are filled by candidates who have completed an internship, although we do accept application from graduates for our summer internships. Please click here for all other vacancies
We’re happy to accept applications from international students studying in the UK where their visas will allow them the right to work full time during the period of the internship. Due to visa restrictions we’re unable to progress applications for our internship from candidates who do not have the right to work in the UK. For more information about UK visa rules please visit the UK Border Agency website www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk .
Applications for internships open in September and offers will be made before the end of December. Interns who are successful in securing a space on our graduate scheme will start in February and October after their internship.
For full details of the interview process, see our application process
You may be asked to complete a personality development profile during your internship; we don’t use testing during the internship interview process.
We aim to hold interviews during October and November. As we usually receive a high number of applications we ask you to wait until we contact you to confirm whether you’ve been selected for interview.
Yes we will reimburse reasonable travel expensive:
We don’t give feedback on initial applications, but if you’re selected for interview we will give you feedback on your performance.
Graduates usually start in February and October. Internships are eight weeks and start on 27th May or 21st July 2014.
Unfortunately we can’t defer your start date, but you’re welcome to re-apply for the next intake.
Our UK internships are based across three offices Aberdeen, Edinburgh and London; graduates will get the opportunity to complete at least one four month rotation overseas.
All our graduate recruits are given ongoing training and development. For more details, see learning and development.
Our discretionary bonus scheme is for permanent staff (graduate and apprentices but not interns) and is paid in December.
All our graduate recruits are assigned a mentor for their first 12 months with us.