For the Internship programme, you must be in your penultimate year of study and on track to achieve a 2:2 from any university.
We have no requirement for UCAS points for this programme.
We will verify this through asking for your previous transcripts to demonstrate you have to date achieved at least a 2.2 or above and are on track to achieve this on completion of your degree.
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. We also offer a range of direct hire career opportunities throughout Lloyds Banking Group, which you can find on our Job Search page.
DUE TO EXTENUATING CIRCUMSTANCES I DON’T MEET THE MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS. CAN I STILL APPLY?toggle
We assess each case individually, so please get in touch by emailing email@example.com.
Typically, we would expect extenuating circumstances to be validated by an official letter from your university or a medical practitioner, confirming your circumstances.
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.
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We will consider you for similar programmes where we are still recruiting and if this is the case will be in touch to discuss.
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.
You’ll need to provide the full details of your qualification with your application, which we’ll then verify using NARIC, a tool that assesses the conversion of international qualifications to their UK recognised equivalent. If your international qualification does not meet the minimum UK recognised equivalent required to apply for the programme, we will be unable to proceed with your application.
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Yes, you can, and all applicants are assessed on their skills and abilities. However, successful applicants must have the right to work in the UK as indicated here, so your right to work will be assessed at an appropriate point in the recruitment process.
I’M CURRENTLY STUDYING IN THE UK WITH A TIER 4 (GENERAL) VISA. CAN I STILL APPLY FOR THE INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME?toggle
All successful applicants must have the right to work in the UK on the day the programme starts. The first months of the programme are essential in terms of understanding your role, building a foundation of knowledge, networking and forming relationships with fellow graduates. So, if you don’t meet this criteria, we can’t accept you on the programme.
All successful applicants must have the right to work in the UK as indicated here.
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We’ll request to see original documentation at the final stages of the assessment process. It’s essential that every candidate provides relevant documentation before the programme’s start date.
MY PASSPORT IS CURRENTLY WITH THE UK HOME OFFICE AS I’M IN THE PROCESS OF AN IMMIGRATION APPLICATION. IS THIS IS A PROBLEM?toggle
Please refer to the following page in relation to right to work, click here.
We prefer that all successful applicants produce their passports as part of the onboarding employment checks. If this isn’t possible we’ll ask you about any alternative documentation that will meet the Home Office requirements.
All documentation that is produced as part of the right to work process must be current, in date, and not expired, because this will be needed to complete the pre-employment vetting process before you commence your programme.
The application deadlines vary per programme. Please review the closure date for the programme you are interested in on the specific programme page, and ensure your application and online tests are completed by this date. We will be unable to consider any applications after this time.
No, you must complete the online application form.
I HAVE REQUESTED A NEW PASSWORD BUT HAVEN’T RECEIVED ANYTHING YET, AND CAN’T SIGN INTO MY CANDIDATE PORTAL.toggle
Please check your email Junk / Spam folder, because you should receive new passwords within 24 hours.
If you still haven’t received your password, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Although Lloyds Banking Group is a UK Retail and Commercial Bank, within some of our divisions we work with overseas clients and therefore language skills.
Yes, Lloyds Banking Group is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce, which reflects our customer base and allows us to benefit from the widest pool of talent. If you have a disability or long-term health condition, you are guaranteed an interview provided you meet the minimum criteria for the programme. For our Graduate Programmes you will still need to complete the tests, as they are a minimum criteria, but we guarantee to interview you, if successful. You can read more about our commitment here.
The Group is recognised externally for its focus on Disability. In 2018, the Group was for the third time awarded Gold in the Business Disability Forum’s Disability Standard, the recognised global benchmark for excellence in disability confidence. Also in 2018 the Department for Work and Pensions recognised the Group as a Disability Confident Leader for our work as a disability inclusive employer.
After your application, you’ll start our assessment process, which you can find all you need to know about here.
As one of the largest financial services groups in the UK, we have offices and branches across the nation. We want you to gain valuable insights into the diversity of our business, so our Internship Programme is based in different locations within the UK. We will inform you of where your Internship is based at least two months prior to joining.
We’re an equal opportunities employer, so we’re committed to making reasonable adjustments to the specifics of our programmes. If you need to discuss certain conditions, please contact us at email@example.com, and if you’d like us to contact you by phone, include your telephone number. We’ll then be in touch.
We use a strengths-based assessment process to find the best people, with the right values, talent and drive, to join our business. Find out everything you need to know about how we assess candidates, and how you can be prepared here.
You can practice for the reasoning tests by visiting www.jobmi.com. Just register your details, and head to the Practice Assessments section. And, to prepare for the cultural behaviours and strengths questions, think about the things you enjoy doing, the things you do well, and how they’ll be beneficial to the role you’re applying for.
You’ll also find it useful to learn more about our company by looking at our Group website – www.lloydsbankinggroup.com.
Unfortunately, to be fair and consistent to all candidates and what we are assessing you against you will not be able to sit the tests again.
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We recognise that everyone is different. We value the unique differences that each of our colleagues bring to work every day. Together, we make Lloyds Banking Group stronger and the best bank for customers. We’re working hard to build an inclusive bank that reflects the diversity of modern Britain.
The Group has an Inclusion & Diversity strategy and through a range of initiatives and strategies we work hard to ensure Lloyds Banking Group is inclusive for everyone. The group is recognised externally for its focus on Disability for instance the Group received the Disability Smart Award in 2016, achieved 98% in the Business Disability Forum's Disability Standard for 2014 and received a Gold Award for disability confidence.
As part of our focus if you wish to discuss any additional requirements you may need through the assessment process before starting or through the application please contact a member of the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’ve already included the details of the adjustments you need, we’ll be in touch to talk about how we can help accommodate these. Otherwise, if you need to talk with someone about them, or if you didn’t include them on your application, please contact us by emailing email@example.com.
All candidates are required to undertake the video interview as part of the assessment process.
As part of our focus on Disability, if you wish to discuss any adjustments that may be required, we’ll be in touch to talk about how we can help accommodate these. Otherwise, if you need to talk with someone about them, or if you didn’t include them on your application, please contact a member of the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We deal with these requests on a case-by-case basis. Please email us with the full details of your situation, at email@example.com.
Yes. As this is a recorded interview, you can do it at a time and place that suits you – whether that’s early in the morning or late into the night. We recommend you pick somewhere quiet though, and it’s a good idea to turn off your mobile phone, too.
While we can’t provide individual results for online testing or video interviews, you will be sent a feedback report on the strengths and motivational alignment test. If you attend an assessment centre you’ll be provided with a feedback report too. This highlights your best strengths and aims to support your development.