STANDARD CHARTERED BANK: GRADUATE 2010
Standard Chartered Bank is leading the way in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. This unique global focus enables our people to make a difference in the world’s most exciting emerging markets.
We’re looking for the best and the brightest talent in the market to join one of our business functions as part of our two-year International Graduate Programme (IGP).
Once on our programme you’ll be developed into talented managers, who can help us achieve our aim of becoming the world’s number one international bank.
How to Apply
To learn more about the Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Recruitment Programme 2010and how to apply, then visit their Graduate Recruitment site.
Select the country ‘Nigeria’ and answer questions regarding completion of the National Service (NYSC), obtained a Masters Degree, before reading about the Application Process.
Applying for a place on our International
Graduate Programme will be one of the most challenging, yet rewarding tests you ever undertake.
Whilst the process is in-depth and comprehensive, we want to ensure that it’s simple to understand. That’s why, in this section you’ll find a breakdown of the five stages. And on the page hints and tips for applying successfully you’ll find suggestions to help you pass each with flying colours.
Step 1: Online application form
Step 2: Online ability tests and questions
Step 3: First assessment
Step 4: Final interview and assessments
NOTE: The online application process requires a lot of time and patience. You will need to be prepared before you commence. It is possible to around 2-3 hourstaking the online tests and questions, hence this is only recommended for applicants who demonstrate the requirements for the role and have the means to apply online.
Deadline 1st June 2010.
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