Whether you’re coming from a Business, IT, Arts, Engineering or Science background, we have a programme for you. In fact, we’re dedicated to bringing in a diverse range of people from various academic, societal and geographical backgrounds to help us grow. We offer opportunities to students who have achieved, or expect to achieve, an undergraduate or Master's Degree from any discipline.
Our Programme is currently closed for new applications, but please choose your area of interest to read more about the programme streams on offer, and to sign up to be the first to know when we are back open!
So, what can you expect from the hiring process? We’re dedicated to keeping it as easy as possible. Find out more about each stage by clicking the stage name below.
Bank of Ireland is an accessible employer and we offer reasonable accommodations to all candidates and colleagues at all stages of the recruitment process, you can request this by contacting our Graduate Recruitment Team.
Tell us a little bit about you by filling in our quick and easy application form – it should take no longer than 10 minutes!
Our online assessments include verbal and numeric ability assessments designed to identify potential. They are short and interactive, and can be completed on desktop or mobile devices. You'll even get a chance to practice before doing the real thing!
And…action! Here, we ask you to simply record yourself answering a few short questions.
The final stage of the process involves a group activity, an individual activity and an interview.
Congratulations, you have secured a place on Ireland’s most popular financial services Graduate Programme!
Bank of Ireland will be taking part in a range of virtual careers events over September and October, so check out the full list and come connect with us.
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