J.P. Morgan seeks new higher and degree apprentices for 2018

J.P. Morgan seeks new higher and degree apprentices for 2018

J.P. Morgan are currently calling on talented and ambitious young students to join them next year as higher and degree apprentices at their Bournemouth office.

An exciting range of vacancies are on offer with roles in financial services and digital and technology, allowing students to launch their career within the financial services industry.

J.P. Morgan is one of the premier financial services firms in the world, with offices in more than 60 countries and clients all over the world. They are keen to recruit high-calibre students to fill roles which they say will be important for their future workforce.

Sue Husband, Director of the National Apprenticeship Service, said:

“Higher and degree apprenticeships are broadening opportunities for individuals to achieve high level qualifications to sit alongside invaluable skills they gain from their apprenticeship. Seeing the many opportunities now available is a very exciting prospect. More and more apprentices will be achieving the high level skills our economy needs to compete; whilst employers benefit from employees with both the practical skills and degree level knowledge required in these professions.”

For J.P. Morgan’s Financial Services apprenticeship, students will complete the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment – Investment Operations Certificate at Level 4 over an 18-month period. Those wanting to undertake the Digital and Technology apprenticeship will obtain a BSc (Hons) in Digital and Technology Solutions after completing the four-year programme.

Applications are now open!

For more information and to apply for the Financial Services Apprenticeship with J.P. Morgan, click here.

For more information and to apply for the Digital and Technology Level 4 Apprenticeship with J.P. Morgan, click here.

For more information about BPP Professional Apprenticeships, please visit our website.

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