2021 EMEA Insight Programme
2021 Spring Insight Programme - EMEA
Joining the Macquarie Insight Programme, you'll have the opportunity to immerse yourself into the financial services industry and Macquarie.
Over the four-day programme in our London office, you'll gain insight into our business groups, the work we do, and the varied career opportunities open to you at Macquarie.
During the programme, you'll have the opportunity to participate in:
business specific case studies and workshops
trading games and risk assessment activities
panel events and interacting with key speakers
work shadowing opportunities
networking opportunities with your insight cohort, as well as employees across our business from graduates to senior leaders
skills-based sessions, from CV clinics to interview preparation workshops, as well as tips for networking and building your personal brand.
You will also have the opportunity to be fast tracked for the 2022 Macquarie Summer Intern Programme.
Our Insight Programme will take place during the Easter break Spring 2021 at our London office and your accommodation and meals will be provided.
To be eligible for our Spring Insight Programme you must be in your first year of a three-year course, or second year of a four-year course. If you can demonstrate strong academic performance and involvement in extra-curricular and community activities, we'd like to hear from you.
To find out more, please visit www.macquarie.com/graduates .
Applications open 1 September 2020 and close on 31 December 2020, however, please note that we recruit on a rolling basis.
Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Macquarie understands the importance of diversity and inclusion - our long history of success has come from being different. At Macquarie we value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings. The one thing we all have in common is our focus on high performance. If you're capable, motivated and can deliver, we want you on our team.
Macquarie is an equal opportunities employer and does not discriminate on the grounds of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, gender identity, marriage, civil partnership, pregnancy, maternity, race (including colour and ethnic or national origins), religion or belief.