Application Deadline: 11th August 2017.
At Barclays, ideas are our currency, but we also know that even the best of ideas don’t matter until made. This is what the Rising Eagles Graduate Programme is about – working with your ideas and making them happen. The Programme has many great benefits that include:
- Exclusive access to Rise, our global innovation hub
- The opportunity to rub shoulders with an award winning Data & Product Alchemist as well as our Forbes ranked CEO
- The opportunity to be a part of initiatives affecting real change in Africa
- A strong support network of Alumni
- Access to vast networking opportunities in Africa
- The opportunity to accelerate your business knowledge through our internationally recognised curriculum
So bring us your ideas and we’ll give you access to the Rising Eagles Graduate Programme, a platform that can help bring them to life.
- A postgraduate qualification (minimum NQF Level 8) in any of the disciplines that we recruit from, obtained before January 2018.
- There is an exception for Tanzania whereby a three year degree will be accepted.
- Less than 24 months’ permanent work experience (this excludes temporary work during full-time studies).
Barclays recruits graduates from each country in which it operates. You will need to be a citizen of the country in which you are applying. If you are not a citizen in the country where you are applying, you will need to ensure you are eligible to work in that country, as well as obtain the necessary work permits and/or documentation to allow you to work in that country (you will need to obtain these prior to your application).
Barclays offer opportunities in the following countries:
- South Africa
How to apply
Recruitment for the 2018 graduate intake starts on the 10th April 2017 and applications close on the 11th August 2017. There are many different role options open to you, so before you apply it’s worth finding out more.
1. Online application
Applications are screened to ensure they meet our minimum academic requirements. How you approach and answer the application questions will also play a role in our selection process.
2. First round interview
As a quick way to get to know you, interviews will be done over the phone or face-to-face.
3. Psychometric assessment
An online assessment will be sent to you to complete.
4. Assessment centre
Depending on the business area you have been shortlisted for, you’ll be invited for further assessments, which may include a variety of group exercises, role-plays, case studies and interviews.
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