EE's Programme for Graduates: be a part of something huge!
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A Programme for Graduates who want to be a part of something huge.
One of us Last year saw the launch of EE’s first ever graduate scheme. The response was big, really big, but second time round we’re looking to go one bigger. You see, it’s a seriously exciting time to be part EE. We have huge plans and need graduates with the belief, spunk and passion to make them happen.
There are eight graduate paths in total – each focusing on a different area of the business, but all lasting two years and consisting of four six-month rotations. You can find out more about each of them, hear from last years’ graduates and start the application process below. Come and be EE.
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Song: Rather Be
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