You should be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in 2019, with at least Honours or equivalent. We are open to any degree or course you have chosen to pursue, as training and guidance will be duly provided throughout your journey with us. We value candidates with the ability to keep an open mind and adapt to opportunities, and appreciate those with a passion to make a difference.
Multi-Asset Product - Graduate Trainee [Hong Kong]
You will be part of the Multi-Asset Product team which provides a bridge between the Investment and Distribution teams, helping to support and grow Multi-Asset organically. The team is involved in a wide range of activities that includes business strategy, client reporting and servicing, new pitches and being the experts to whom the rest of Schroders will refer to for enquiries on the products and services of Multi-Asset.
Products and Solutions - Graduate Trainee [Taiwan]
You will be part of the Marketing team within the Products and Solutions department. The role will require you to work with various marketing functions to broaden your journey. You will have the creativity to execute the art of brand communication and customer-centric experiences to strengthen our brand presence via Digital, PR, Advertising and Event channels.
Global Technology - Graduate Trainee [Singapore]
You will participate in projects to develop solutions for internal and external stakeholders, and have the opportunity to work in our fast-paced and motivated agile teams. Your rotation will take you through various teams including data analytics, digital marketing, enterprise architecture and cognitive science. We want team players who takes ownership and possess the passion to do things better, a technical degree is not unnecessary but you should have an interest in technology.
Cognitive Science and Automation (CSA) - Graduate Trainee [Singapore]
You will be part of the Cognitive Science and Automation (CSA) team in the Portfolio Services department. The role will require you to work with the various Portfolio Services team members to drive process automation, with the aim of implementing the Schroders digital workforce.
"The assessment day at Schroders was truly a pleasant experience for me. The chance to interact with potential colleagues gave me a taste of what working at Schroders would be like, and that was actually a big drawing factor for me. In terms of preparation, reading up more about the business is a must. If there is a specific aspect of the interview process you are weak at, try practising with a partner to polish your delivery and it will be worth it."
- Ryan Ong, Distribution, Singapore
"Preparation is important but more importantly, don’t let the nerves get to you. There are simulations and case studies that will depend greatly on your adaptability to solve problems you’ve never encountered before. So don’t be afraid to ask questions, remember to work together as a team and most of all, enjoy the experience and take it as a chance to learn more both about the company as well as yourself!"
- Tricia Tang, Global Technology, Singapore
"A good way to prepare for the assessment would be to read up on the background of Schroders and to be clear of your motivations going into this programme. In addition, it helps to be concise and structured when presenting your thoughts. This will help to improve the delivery of your presentation while ensuring that all necessary objectives are covered. Last but not least, be yourself! More often than not, interviewers are keen to know more about you as a person and what you can bring to the team."
- Seah Wei Chong, Portfolio Services, Singapore