Information Systems Graduate, Internships, and Placement Schemes

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We are now closed for 2016 applications. We will open for 2017 applications in mid-August.

Lily Turner – Information Systems Graduate Scheme

“The IS scheme has given me an extraordinary opportunity to learn invaluable skills that are impossible to simulate in an academic environment. My ideas and suggestions and welcomed, respected and considered by all, leading to a growth in my own confidence and faith in my ability. I have also been given considerable authority and decision making power that has allowed me to become more independent.”
MEng in Chemical Engineering, University of Birmingham

Lily Turner

Your skills and talents

Technology plays a vital role in the success of our business at M&G. Our Information Systems department is responsible for developing, integrating and maintaining the critical software and technology that underpins M&G operations and strategy.

We are looking for individuals who have an analytical and creative mind-set. Although not all roles require knowledge of coding, we expect you to have a genuine interest in both IT and the Investment Management industry. You will possess, or have been predicted a minimum 2:1 undergraduate degree from any discipline, with a minimum 300 UCAS points.

About the schemes

By joining our graduateinternship or placement schemes you will work in one or more of our information systems departments:

Application Support - providing frontline support

Development - driving IT change

Corporate Data Warehouse - producing new reporting platform

User eXperience - providing "what you want, when you want, wherever you are"

Enterprise Architecture - overseeing and approving significant solutions

You will play a core role in delivering change while also developing your technical skills and gaining insight into and understanding of the business.

Training and development

All graduates, interns and placement students take part in our comprehensive training. Once graduates have completed the IMC they may begin supported study towards technical courses relevant to their teams’ area of expertise.