Most grads will know IBM is one of the world leaders in IT services and consultancy. They work to make technology faster, more effective, and more accessible, and create systems that improve everything from water management to healthcare.
Over the course of the last 100 years, IBM has been responsible for creating the first personal computer, the first calculator, and even developed NASA technology to help put man on the moon.
Graduate roles at IBM include: Asset Management Consultant, Business Specialist, Business Strategy Consultant, Financial Management Consultant, Human Capital Management Consultant, Information Developer, IT Specialist, Management Accountant, Sales Specialist, Software Development, and Technology Consultant.
All programmes include bespoke training to ensure that recruits have the technical, personal, and business skills to ensure quick development and progression. Graduates are put firmly in the driving seat, and are encouraged to take on responsibility and make their own decisions about how to get jobs done.
To help graduates form positive working relationship, there’s a social programme that includes sporting teams, discounted weekends away, and theatre trips.
The graduate starting salary is between £15,000 and £32,000, and the benefits package includes everything from private healthcare to discount bicycle schemes.
In 1997 IBM created the "Deep Blue" computer that beat Gary Kasparov the world chess champion in a six game match.
Benefits of working for IBM
Create your own personal benefits package including.
Discount bicycle schemes
IBM Rewards Programme
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