The BBC is one of the most complex organisations in the world, and the largest broadcasting organisation with 8 national TV channels, 10 national radio stations and 40 local radio stations… and that is all without even mentioning their vast online presence. There is also BBC Worldwide which is the commercial arm of the company.
Whilst you may think you know the BBC, it’s likely that few are aware of the full scale of its operations and inner workings.
Most graduates at the BBC will complete a two year scheme in any number of disciplines and graduate roles vary from technology to journalism, and really everything in between.
It almost goes without saying that graduates will benefit from being part of such a successful organisation as well as learn from some of the leading people within the broadcasting industry. This makes their graduate schemes highly competitive.
The BBC are always looking for hard working but creative individuals that can adapt to a fast paced company who put the viewer/listener/customer first.
The BBC once banned bananas in their old London HQ.
Benefits of working for BBC