Standard Chartered Bank; International Graduate Careers - Batch 2008

19 Juni 2008

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Standard Chartered Bank

International Graduate Careers - batch 2008

Standard Chartered is focused on being the world's best international bank, by being the Right Partner to our customers and attracting and developing the best people to work together across our global network.


Our International Graduate Programme offers world class development. It celebrates diversity & inclusion, open mindedness, original thought, diversity & ambition – qualities that we look for in the future leaders of our organization.

The International Graduate Programme is a targeted development for recent graduates from any background who are interested in developing a career in international banking. Opportunities exist for graduates in every discipline to join the programme.

To find out more and apply for our exciting graduate opportunities, please visit our website: >>> select: Careers >>> International Graduates Programme >>> Apply Now >>> New Applicant

You will need to apply online registration and take the online test

Short listed candidates who had passed the on line tests will be contacted directly for interview sessions

Some tips for you:

At the online registration stage – you will be sent a password enabling you to log on
You will be required to choose a business (first and second choice) and clearly state where you are legally eligible to work
Before you take the test, we suggest that you utilize the practice session that we provide in our website
The talent assessment is about the cultural fit for the Bank – it takes roughly 35 minutes to complete
If successful in the talent assessment – you will be invited to take the numerical ability test
Please be informed that the tests are timed; we suggest you log in on the right environment

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