I’M NOT SURE WHICH GRADUATE SCHEME MY DEGREE IS SUITABLE FOR.
We accept individuals who are on track to achieve or have achieved a 2:2 or above from any Univeristy. We also accept PhD and Master's Students. All you need to do is decide which scheme appeals most to your passions and interests, and our Find Your Path tool can help you do this. As far as selection criteria, we assess your strengths, drive and motivation for the specific scheme you have applied to.
WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY?
For the Graduate scheme you must be on track to achieve or have achieved a 2:2, from any university.
We have no requirement for UCAS points for our graduate schemes.
HOW DO I PROVE THAT I AM ON TRACK TO ACHIEVE A MINIMUM OF A 2:2 DEGREE?
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.
WHAT IF I DON’T MEET THE SCHEME’S MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS?
You must meet all of the entry requirements in order to qualify for the scheme. 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?
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.
CAN I APPLY TO MORE THAN ONE SCHEME?
We’ll only accept one application per recruitment campaign year. However, if the scheme you applied for is full, and your skills and interests match schemes within the same job family, we’ll get in touch to talk about these other opportunities.
WILL I BE CONSIDERED FOR AN ALTERNATE SCHEME IF THE ONE I ORIGINALLY APPLIED FOR HAS BEEN FILLED?
We will consider you for similar schemes where we are still recruiting and if this is the case will be in touch to discuss.
I HAVE AN INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION, HOW WILL MY ELIGIBILITY BE ASSESSED?
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 scheme, we will be unable to proceed with your application.
WHEN IS THE DEADLINE TO SUBMIT?
While we have planned closing dates, we may close a scheme early if we receive a sufficient number of high-quality applications, so we recommend you make your application promptly. You must submit your Online Assessments within the timescales provided.
For the best experience, you should access the assessments using a common operating system and browser (i.e. Google Chrome, Opera or Firefox). We would also recommend, that you access the system using a computer/laptop with a strong Wi-Fi connection.
I CURRENTLY WORK FOR LLOYDS BANKING GROUP, CAN I APPLY FOR THE GRADUATE SCHEME?
Internal candidates who have achieved or are on track to achieve a 2:2 degree or above, will be assessed in the same way as all external candidates. When applying for one of the Graduate Schemes, please ensure you apply via the internal job board and use an external email address in your application. You will be required to use your personal device to access and complete the online assessments.
CAN I JUST SUBMIT A CV INSTEAD?
No, you must complete the online application form and assessments.
WHY DO YOU ASK DIVERSITY RELATED QUESTIONS AS PART OF THE APPLICATION FORM?
As part of the application form we will ask you to complete some questions that we use to measure the diversity of our applications to ensure we are providing equal opportunities. It’s not compulsory to answer these but all information is recorded anonymously, and the data collected helps us ensure we offer a fair and transparent application process.
DO I NEED TO PROVIDE A TRANSCRIPT OF MY DEGREE?
We will also need to see your original certificate or official university transcript once you have successfully completed your degree.
If your transcripts are in a foreign language they will need to be translated officially into English.
I HAVE REQUESTED A NEW PASSWORD BUT HAVEN’T RECEIVED ANYTHING YET, AND CAN’T SIGN INTO MY CANDIDATE PORTAL.
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.
DO YOU HAVE A GUARANTEED INTERVIEW SCHEME AT LLOYDS BANKING GROUP?
Positive Action Assessment Scheme (PAAS)
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 eligible to apply via our Positive Action Assessment Scheme (PAAS).
The Positive Action Assessment Scheme allows eligible candidates who meet the minimum application criteria, to progress through the assessment stages if they meet or exceed 90% of the standard progression benchmark for the scheme applied for.
If you are considering making an application under the Positive Action Assessment Scheme, and have any questions, please contact the team at email@example.com or by calling 0345 330 4576. As part of our Positive Action Assessment Scheme, should you tick the box to declare you are eligible, we may require you to validate this in due course.
What do we mean by disability?
The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and adverse long-term effect on their ability to carry out normal day to day activities.
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I’VE SUBMITTED MY APPLICATION?
After your application, you’ll start our assessment process, which you can find all you need to know about here: https://lloydsbankinggrouptalent.com/graduates/how-to-apply/
WHERE ARE THE GRADUATE SCHEMES BASED?
As one of the largest financial services groups in the UK, we have offices and branches across the UK. We want you to gain valuable insights into the diversity of our business, so our Graduate Schemes are almost all rotational, meaning you’ll be based in many different locations within the UK and therefore you must be flexible in terms of location. You can find more details about specific locations on each scheme page. For our curious, motivated graduates, it’s an opportunity to discover new ways of working, within our unique teams.
We’re an equal opportunities employer, so we’re committed to making reasonable adjustments to the specifics of our schemes. If you need to discuss certain conditions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and if you’d like us to contact you by phone, include your telephone number. We’ll then be in touch. If you have extenuating circumstances which require you to have a fixed location we can consider these on a case by case basis – you should still apply, but please state NO to the location commitment question in the application form and we will get in touch to understand your circumstances in due course.
WHAT HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE GRADUATE SCHEME?
Our schemes are designed to embrace your passions and develop your skills and interests so you can enjoy a successful career with Lloyds Banking Group.
Throughout the scheme, you’ll receive the development and support you need to build a strong foundation and be encouraged to consider which area you feel your strengths and potential can be fully realised. Then, during your final placement we’ll support you to secure a role that will allow you to put all that learning to good use.
HOW DO YOU ASSESS MY SKILLS, AND WHETHER I’M RIGHT FOR THE SCHEME?
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: https://lloydsbankinggrouptalent.com/graduates/how-to-apply/
CAN I RETAKE THE ONLINE TESTS AGAIN IF I FAIL THE FIRST TIME?
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.
I’VE SAID THAT I REQUIRE REASONABLE ADJUSTMENTS IN MY APPLICATION, HOW WILL THESE BE MADE FOR ME THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS?
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 email@example.com or calling 0345 330 4576.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0345 330 4576.
I MISSED THE DEADLINE FOR COMPLETING THE ONLINE TEST/JOB INSIGHT ASSESSMENT, CAN I HAVE AN EXTENSION?
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.
CAN I COMPLETE THE ASSESSMENTS WHILST I AM ABROAD?
Yes. All the assessments prior to the Assessment Day can be completed online 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.
CAN I HAVE FEEDBACK ON MY TESTS?
While we can’t provide individual results, you will receive an Insights report after completing the Online Assessment which will help you understand more about your strengths and areas of development. This is not an indication of whether you have been successful to the next stage.
WHAT DOES THE ASSESSMENT DAY INVOLVE?
Everyone has their own unique combination of strengths and areas for development, so we want to see the ‘real you.’ We’re not expecting perfect performances, so the best way to prepare is by thinking about your natural strengths – the things you enjoy doing and are good at.
Find more information about the assessment day, visit our How to Apply page: https://lloydsbankinggrouptalent.com/graduates/how-to-apply/
WHEN DO THE ASSESSMENT DAYS TAKE PLACE?
We will advise you of the scheduled dates for your scheme nearer the time so that you can keep the date free.
HOW DO I PREPARE FOR THE ASSESSMENTS?
Our Candidate Preparation Hub is a great place to start before completing any of the assessments. It provides further information on our strengths based approach and hints and tips on how to best prepare for the assessment. https://www.cappfinity.com/global/preparation-hub/
MY QUESTION IS NOT ANSWERED IN THE FAQ’S?
If you can’t find an answer to your question here, please email us your full question at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH?
If you’d like to get in touch, please email email@example.com.