Get a head start on your career in Goldman Sachs engineering while earning a degree in computer science. In partnership with Queen Mary University of London, the Goldman Sachs Degree Apprenticeship Program combines higher education with vocational training to offer a fee-free alternative to the traditional University route.
WHO CAN APPLY
This program is suited for students looking to pursue a university degree commencing in Autumn 2018, and possessing a keen interest in building solutions to complex problems.
Applicants will be required to meet the minimum entry requirements of Queen Mary University of London. Given government requirements, only European Economic Area (EEA) nationals are eligible for this program.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
This is an opportunity to earn a salary and degree while embarking on a career in financial services and technology.
The ‘Degree Apprenticeship Program’ will allow participants to complete an apprenticeship within Goldman Sachs’ Technology division while studying for a degree at Queen Mary University of London. After the four-year program, participants will graduate with a bachelor’s degree Digital and Technology Solutions, with the potential opportunity of a full time position with Goldman Sachs.
Queen Mary University of London is one of the UK’s leading research-focused higher education institutions. While studying for the Digital and Technology Solutions course, students will learn about new technologies and modern innovators, programming techniques and innovative software design. The placement within Goldman Sachs’ Technology division will allow apprentices to apply these academic skills to ongoing real time software and engineering assignments.
HOW TO APPLY
- Click on the “Apply to this Program” button below
- Login, if you are an existing user, or register
- Select position ‘Other Internships and Work Placements’
- Select program ‘Apprenticeship’
- Complete application details and submit
- One-page CVs that are in a PDF format are strongly encouraged
- Cover letters should describe applicants’ motivation for wanting to pursue a Degree Apprenticeship vs. the traditional university route
- Applicants who are currently completing A-Levels (or equivalent) are advised to include predicted grades on their CV