Graduate Programme FAQ.
1. Do you need experience to be considered for a place on the graduate programme?
Not necessarily! While some of our consultants have had a year of industry experience during their studies, we are happy to consider applicants with no work experience as long as you have a relevant degree or a passion for technology.
2. What locations do you work in?
Our clients are based all over the United Kingdom so there’s a variety of cities we deploy our consultants to. For this reason, we require applicants to be geographically flexible.
3. Is the training paid?
The training is unpaid but we do provide financial support. This can be in the form of a monthly bursary or paid accommodation, the option of staying in one of our lovely apartments which we pay for during your training.
4. What can I expect to learn during the training?
Our industry standard training is tailored towards the relevant skills you’ll need to know when you are deployed into your role. For example, if we have a Big Data role in the pipeline, your training will include the fundamentals of Big Data and the programming languages used within that field.
5. What are the benefits of working for QA?
There are many! We pride ourselves on developing our employees and supporting them as much as possible. Some benefits you can expect to receive include the option to complete your master’s degree with us, potentially have access to thousands of courses that we pay for and of course have the prospect of a long and happy career in the most innovative industry!