What you’ll do

All our graduates undertake placements within Lloyd’s and the market. These won’t necessarily all be pure insurance roles. You could do a placement within our Data Lab, for example, or in Procurement, looking at how we manage our supply chain. Your journey will ultimately be your own – there is no expected route. Our work is constantly changing and presenting new challenges. You might be interacting with rating agencies and the investor community or assessing the risk of a range of future outcomes using mathematical models.

What you'll need

Degree Requirement 2:2 in any subject
Competencies tested
  • Relating and networking

  • Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations

  • Adapting and Responding to Change

  • Creating and Innovating

  • Achieving goals and objectives

Key attributes
  • Open-minded to a range of career opportunities
  • Flexibility
  • Enthusiasm for working within the insurance industry


What you'll get

  • £27,000 with salary increase of £1,000 every six months. For the actuarial course you will also get an increase every time you pass an exam.
  •  For the insurance programme you will gain the ACII Diploma in Insurance and the level 6 INsurance Professional apprenticeship standard
  • For the acturial programe you will gain the IFoA associate qualification
 Personal Development
  •  Both behavioural and technical skills development is offered throughout the programmes