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IBM Apprenticeship Scheme

For over 100 years, IBM has been creating innovative solutions and products that have changed not only business, but the world.  We work with some of the greatest and best known names on the planet across all industries including retail, sport, business, finance, health, media and entertainment. Our people invent and apply hardware, software and technology services to help forward-thinking enterprises, institutions and people solve their most complex business problems, and we’re looking for passionate individuals with the skills and creativity to help us take on these problems.


IBM employ talented, smart people in almost every area, in just about every country, so no matter where your talents and aspirations lie, it’s not hard to find like-minded people who share your interests. At IBM students and graduates will gain knowledge and experience like nowhere else.

You’ll also be challenged and supported to achieve everything you want in your career. And you’ll find everything you need to build the kind of career you want. But it’s up to you how it goes. You’ll be the one in charge, putting forward your ideas, taking on responsibilities and making choices about how you get the job done.
 
To make sure you get exactly the help and skills you need, IBM provide targeted training that includes a range of opportunities – from a formal mentoring programme and tailored skills and career development to peer support and professional development through monthly forums and the IBM volunteering programme.

So, if you’re full of great ideas and you have the energy to bring them to life, we need you on our team.

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