Sky graduate scheme

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Sky is a British satellite broadcasting, broadband, and telephone services company based in London. It’s the largest pay-TV broadcaster in the UK and Ireland, with over 10 million subscribers.

The popularity of Sky is increased among students, graduates and the general public because of their sports and film broadcasts among other things.

The company has around 28,000 employees, and is partly owned by 21st Century Fox. It is constantly evolving its product and service offering to keep up with the demand for new technologies. Its portfolio includes home communications products, betting and gaming services, and it is a market leader in app development.

Sky offers graduate programmes in: Customer Services, Finance & Strategy, Human Resources, Marketing & Media, Procurement, and Technology. All involve real responsibility and the opportunity to get involved in projects that matter to the future of the business. Graduates from all degree disciplines are invited to apply, and personal skills matter more than the exact nature of your education. A good academic record is of course necessary though.

All schemes are underpinned by a robust programme of learning and development. Coupled with on-the-job training and line manager support, graduates are equipped with the skills that will enable them to progress into senior management positions.

Successful candidates are rewarded with a competitive salary, and an excellent benefits package. You’ll receive free Sky HD, 25 days of holiday every year, a pension plan, flexible working options, and much more.

Interesting fact

Sky own a very successful cycling team that compete in a number of competitions including the Tour de France.

Programmes offered

Buying and merchandising
Consulting
Creative
Finance
Management
Marketing
Operations

Video

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