All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by BT (British Telecom) employees based on 480 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.5/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.6/5
 
Company Culture:
3.5/5
 
Career Progression:
3.4/5
 
Colleagues:
4/5
 
Training:
3.3/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.7/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.5/5
 

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BT (British Telecom)

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Application Advice:

Understand / show an interest in the telecoms industry as a whole.
Show that you live the values of BT 'personal, simple, brilliant'.

HR Graduate, HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on your wider and softer skills rather than just technical abilities.

Consultant Network Management Engineer, Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know about the company and its business.

Interview Advice:

Structure your answers and make them relevant to the company and the role.

Business Management Trainee, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply early as places fill up fast and attend an open night in a local BT building for more information on the application process for that year.

Interview Advice:

Find out as much as you can about the company and what BT does.

Security Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Confidence, experience and high level skill set.

Interview Advice:

Practice before the interview, work on the way you present yourself and your answers. Practice group case study tests and presentation.

Business Management Graduate, CBS at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure to get more details on the positions you are applying for because they change frequently and without warning, so you may not end up doing what you set out to do.

Propositions Executive, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you prepare for your assessment centre.
Understand the business, understand the different areas of the business and read up on what they do for charities/communities.

Interview Advice:

In the interview stage, make sure you are able to demonstrate key behaviours/qualities with detailed examples.

Certainty Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic about continuing to learn and be able to apply that in your daily role.

Interview Advice:

Work on your soft skills as they are as equally important as your technical knowledge.

Associate Network Engineer/Tester, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Have a great portfolio physically with you to show at your interview.

Graphic Designer, BT Sport at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Look into the culture and make sure it fits with yours

Interview Advice:

Intense assessment day covering a presentation, interview, group exercise and case study.

Customer Experience Consultant, Customer Experience at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand how BT operate within the broader telecommunications environment.
Truly appreciate the diverse role of an in-house lawyer.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, enthusiastic and research appropriately.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be open minded and ready to take responsibility.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Programme and Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be confident and remember employers look for aptitude and attitude.

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Have good commercial awareness and show passion for BT.

Interview Advice:

STAR technique, demonstrate your passion for BT.

Stategy and Planning Analyst, Commerical at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you understand the company values and understand how you can contribute to building a better company. Appreciate the graduate community on offer.

Customer Experience Manager, Corporate Customer Experience at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

You're not in direct competition with other candidates at the assessment centre.

Business Manager, Customer Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't be put off by the lengthy application process.

Interview Advice:

Don't try to anticipate what they want, BT wants individuals so it's better to be yourself and see if you'll fit the company both for you and BT.

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't talk about how good you are, talk about how your skills and personality will help BT grow and perform better. Make them understand that you have the passion and personal attributes which will help drive strategy forward.

Digital Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you embody the three values: simple, personal, brilliant.

Interview Advice:

Keep talking, make sure you take the opportunity to always say more when you are asked: 'Can you think of anything else?'

Major Contact Management, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Have relevant experience.

Interview Advice:

- Know the industry.
- Be passionate.
- Be willing to learn.

Development and Operations Graduate EE, Digital at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you show you've researched the company, their culture and their values and try to show that you are passionate about the area you are trying to get into.

Interview Advice:

Practice before your interview; read up on the company and the area you are applying for and try to find out about some of the stuff they do at the specific location you're applying for. During the group task try to participate as much as possible but not in an overbearing way.

Graduate Software Engineer, IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really think about the values and strategy of the brand.

Interview Advice:

Be natural, no one expects you to know it all, honesty and personality are key.

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Application Advice:

Be yourself, and reflect the skills and abilities BT look for in a potential employee.

Interview Advice:

Prepare why you want to work for BT, why the specific role you've applied for and know in-depth company information. Align your answers with the specific skills and abilities BT ask for.

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be ambitious, confident and show your personality.

Interview Advice:

Take an interest in the company and research what they're investing in.

Contract management graduate, Central Business Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Give yourself plenty of time to complete the application, research the company and its values/strategy and practice the video interview.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be human, they are not expecting you to be an expert in everything. They are looking for people they know would be able to work well in a team and who are willing to learn.

Product Manager, BT One Collaborate at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The roles at BT vary tremendously. The company employs over 100,000 people worldwide, this means your experience will vary immensely. Most jobs are determined by their line manager, if you are lucky and get a good line manager, your development will be positive. The converse is also true, a bad manager means a horrible experience. Unfortunately, the latter is a very common occurrence in BT, not only for myself, but other graduates. Low level of responsibility, mundane, tedious work not befitting of a degree holder is commonplace in BT. With restricted opportunities to move in the company if you had wanted to change roles, or move teams is hard to happen.

Interview Advice:

Read as much as you can from the website, about your respective field. Try to understand the company culture, and what they do.

Business Graduate, Business and Public sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Look at the website, look online, do research. Don't just assume that BT is "consumer" focused. Look at what BT does with other businesses, and globally. Also be prepared to be flexible, and adapt quickly as things can change.

Interview Advice:

Whilst it is important to make sure you stand out as an individual - the assessment centre also features group work so make sure you demonstrate good team work.

Marketing Manager, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is looking for more than the data about you on a sheet of paper, they are looking for a well-rounded candidate who has interests outside of the purely academic and who is able to demonstrate the positive impact these interests have had on their ability to work in a team, develop intellectual curiosity, independently learn a new skill, and so on. No matter what your interests, be confident and be willing to explain how you are a unique and brilliant candidate.

Interview Advice:

In the assessment centre, you will be provided with a variety of tasks that demonstrate your independent and collaborative working abilities. The most important quality here is your enthusiasm to tackle a problem and critical thinking skills to come up with an answer to an unforeseen puzzle in a short period of time, rather than your commercial abilities and specific knowledge of the role. I had very little commercial knowledge going into the assessment centre and role, but I made the best attempt I could to answer the questions and scenarios using what I knew and this was recognised and rewarded.

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

To put 110% dedication in the process end-to-end because it is so worthwhile.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! The Assessment Day is very intense but it shows how great staff are and motivates one even more.

Buyer, Group Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Work on soft skills as well as technical skills.

Network Designer, Contract Design Hub at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Study very well about the company.

Interview Advice:

Study more and very well about the company.

Network Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare as much as you can for the interviews.

Team Leader, Sales and Retention at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply early.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in your ability.

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be prepared and read up on BT's values.

Interview Advice:

Think of examples when you have demonstrated values which BT values.

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Interview Advice:

Thoroughly research BT, ready for interviews.

Graduate, Voice Core at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Research BT thoroughly and look through what they are currently working on (5g, IoT, ultrafast broadband rollout, G.Fast), as well as their core values. Coming into the interview with this prior knowledge can really impress the interviewer and set you apart from the competition.

Regarding any questions based on your knowledge alignment - if you don't know the answer then don't be afraid to say that you don't know, instead try to elaborate on how you would go about learning the specified topic.

Graduate Network Designer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

- Experience counts. Find out how what you've learnt makes your right for the role.
- Be honest.
- Make sure your personality comes through.
- Express your motivation for wanting the role.

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself, everyone adds something new to the team.
- Research the company and current affairs.
- Understand how you can add value, and whether the company will add value to you and future progression.
- Be confident - the interviewers are on your side.

Operational Performance Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Tailor your application to the role; think about what BT wants from you, and think about how you can tell the company that you exemplify those traits.

Interview Advice:

-Be yourself; that doesn't mean don't prepare, but it means act as you normally would and make sure you know yourself well enough to answer questions about what motivates you and why. If you don't get the job by being yourself, that's okay; the job wasn't for you. Know that whatever you get in life is an opportunity to learn and improve yourself; appreciate it all.
-Try to make sure you have SEVERAL examples of times when you have applied various skills that you think you would need in the job (communication, teamwork, problem solving, etc.).
-Relax... Calm your breathing and meditate before/during/after you have your interviews, assessment centre, etc.

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take your time - you can return to the application if need be. Remember that this application will decide whether you are successful in progressing through the stages.

Interview Advice:

If it is the case that you are a hard working individual, who has new fresh ideas, and wants to bring change for the better, then do not be afraid of showing this - especially at the assessment centre. Remember, management's first impressions of you are made during the assessment centre, it is a really important event, but nevertheless be yourself, relax and enjoy the experience.

Contract Delivery Shared Services Management Graduate, Central Business Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself!

Contract Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, tailor your interview to BT and gain prior experience whilst at University by working within the industry (whether that be a retail store or a telecom's call centre).

Interview Advice:

You need to be able to demonstrate experience relevant to the role at BT. This, coupled with knowledge about the industry, both mobile and fixed, will stand you in good stead.

Corporate Account Manager, Corporate at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is a customer centric organisation, so try to keep the customer at the heart of your answers.

Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Basic questions around team work, problem solving and conflict-resolution.

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really understand how you fit the company's values and make sure it comes across on paper.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be calm and confident.

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research about the company and understand the role's requirements.

Interview Advice:

The company's values and goals, how your skills and experience will fit into these values and help in achieving the set goals.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be resilient - the application process can be long and daunting at times however it is worth persevering to see the results.

Interview Advice:

Online CV and competence questions, online tests, Skype interview, assessment centre consisting of a case study, group exercise, interview and presentation.

Prepare and read up on the company and sector etc.

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research all things BT.

Interview Advice:

Be honest. If the role is for you, honesty will shine through.

Operational Efficiency Manager, Openreach Infrastructure Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be open to learning new technologies and being out of your comfort zone with work.

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, it is about your potential not your experience.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and don't fit your answers to what you think they want to hear.

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Application Advice:

Have passion for the company - my degree was completely unrelated to Finance but they are looking for the potential in a candidate, how hard they'll work, how well they'll fit into the team. Just be yourself and not too formal/rehearsed.

Revenue Accountant, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Just to be yourself, especially in your initial CV upload, so you can first be considered. BT is looking for grads who are team players, and motivated to do great work. Our application takes a strengths-based approach - understanding what your main skills and interests are, rather than simply testing you during the recruitment process.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is also really important - coming prepared to the interview with a good level of research and insight will show you're interested in working for BT as a company. Treating the interview like an honest conversation is also really important - that way the interviewers can easily highlight your strengths, and also your areas for improvement.

Project Manager – Stratetgic Resourcing, Openreach (Infrastructure Delivery) at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the business, do research into what BT do in terms of charity/outreach etc.

Interview Advice:

Do your research. Know why you would like to work for BT.

One question was - if you were a drink, what would you be? Be creative but relate it back to some qualities which are attractive to an employer.

Product Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Relax. The culture is very relaxed and easy going. People are friendly and they want to see the real you from the get go. Learn about our values: simple, personal and brilliant. Use them in your answers. Know the share price, learn about our past, present, future news.

Interview Advice:

- Tell me a thing you do everyday.
- What's the companies share price today?
- Give me an example of when you have overcome a difficult situation.

Internal Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

I would say remain positive in your approach and keep yourself motivated toward the work.

Assosiate Network Designer, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Research what BT does, and technologies they intend to get involved in.

Network Management Professional, BT TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research properly before applying, know what area you are interested in and be clear on that from the start. It is a very large business.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions (can't remember specifics!).

Graduate, Consumer at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you don't have experience, do a free course online or a mini project to show your enthusiasm.

Interview Advice:

If you don't know an answer or are unable to complete a given task don't say you don't know or that you are unable to do it, but say what you do know and what you are able to do even if it isn't exactly (or nothing like) what they asked for. This at least shows that you know and are capable of doing something and perhaps what you bring might be better than what they were looking for.
Plus, there's a thin line between being desperate and eager in an interview and that line lies in your positivity. When you really want a job you're willing to do anything to get it, what you need to show is that you're happy to do it.

Business Intelligence at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Plenty of preparation with research on the company and what they are doing, areas of the market they are involved in etc. goes a long way.

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research well about the company.

Interview Advice:

Link how your past experiences are well suited with this job and will help you grow. Show eagerness to learn. BT has a lot of support to provide but you need to be curious.

Digital Senior Tech Consulting, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply keeping in mind the BT values!

Interview Advice:

Be Yourself! I actually felt that my interviewer was trying to find out about me and not just ask me questions from the script.

Graduate Program, OSS at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, don't try and act better/smarter than any others at the assessment centre as you won't fit into the BT culture.

Interview Advice:

Again, be yourself, don't try and act better/smarter than any others at the assessment centre as you won't fit into the BT culture.
Interview had competency-based questions so make sure to have some great real-life examples.

Manager, Customer Care at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show that you're passionate.

Interview Advice:

Why BT?

Graduate Software Engineer, Dynamic IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do it! The opportunity to develop is fantastic. There is also lots of opportunity to get involved in extra opportunities. The graduate scheme is extremely fun.

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

As well as looking for technical skills and general competencies - what's most important is to demonstrate enthusiasm and willingness to learn.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really understand BT's values and strategy. You must show passion to work here.

Interview Advice:

Be your best self.

HR Graduate, Human Resources at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Think about the company values, keep the customer the focus, be enthusiastic about the future of BT.

Interview Advice:

Be purposeful. Pitch, show interest in the future of telecoms and where it can go next.

Account Manager, Business and Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your homework on the company and if you get to the assessment centre, make sure you also spend time doing the required tasks beforehand.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, don't rush your answers, don't try to impress with what you don't know, play on your strengths.

Network Engineer, Special Projects at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - don't put on a persona for the interview because at the end of the day an interview (process) is between people and no one wants to work with robots - get across your personality!

BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research a lot of the company, history, innovation and current projects.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for simple technical exercise and long team sessions.

Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Tailor your experience and skills to the job that you are applying for on your CV. List the skills and experiences you have, tell them how they are relevant to the job that you are going to do. Not only are you showing off your skills, but also showing that you understand the role and what will be expected of you.

Interview Advice:

Whatever you are telling the interviewer about yourself, always link it back to the job you have applied for. Learn as much as possible about the company before the interview. And not just the company but its competitors too. Don't be afraid to mention what the company is not so good at in the right circumstances as this may give you an opportunity to show the value you can bring. And as always, be yourself.

Workforce Management Reporting Lead, Human Resources at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research a bit about the work/company before hand and be genuinely interested.

Researcher, Research at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be proactive and confident.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and do not pretend something you are not keen on doing on a daily basis.

Cyber Security Graduate, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show enthusiasm for the company, and show a willingness to work hard and adapt quickly.

Interview Advice:

Why BT? What do you have to offer? From my personal experience it is all about showing that you care about the company and really want to work for the brand. Be ambitious and enthusiastic and you will be just fine!

Content Aquisition & Business Development, BT TV & Sport at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

1. Apply as early as possible.
2. Research the interview questions online.
3. Be prepared.

Interview Advice:

1. Be diligent in researching the company
2. Improve analytical, problem solving and creative skills.

Graduate Software Engineer, Data Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply early and do your research.

Interview Advice:

What are your primary motivations?
What does networking mean to you?
Tell me about a time you've had to change something for the better.
Tell me about a time you've communicated a difficult message and how you went about it.

Marketing Manager, Business & Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare well.

Interview Advice:

Study algorithms.

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Articulate how your experiences and ambitions line up with BT's.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and prepare well using BT available guidance.

Networks Engineer, Access Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Before applying to BT, applicant must:
=> Like team working,
=> Be ready for challenges
=> Be ambitious
=> Be ready to learn
=> Be simple, personal and brlliant in their daily live.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be prepared and calm, think before speaking.

Bid Manager, Sales Department at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

I would like to recommend to have some sort of portfolio. Treat it as if you were trying to hire a photographer for your wedding. How do you know that he is good?

Interview Advice:

Most of the questions are based on your university/work experience. Make sure you mention your achievements.

Analyst, IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take time to polish your CV and interview technique.

Interview Advice:

Take time to prepare.

Senior Professional, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be energetic.

Graduate Network Engineer, Technology, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be genuine and positive.

Management Trainee, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show your passion for the job role and the company. Try to tailor your CV and application to the job's profile rather than using a standard cv. Show you've done research about the company and how it matches your ambitions and requirements.

Interview Advice:

Research the company - know what BT does, how its organisation is set up, what it offers, its customers and competitors and the products.

Business Analyst, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company. Prepare for technical interviews and work on presentation skills.
Make sure you have experience in work or university societies - everyone at my assessment centre had experience of work or internships before applying.

Operational Delivery Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be an entrepreneur of your own career.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the company before.

Graduate in General Management, Advise at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Think strengths not competence. I'd say BT values the right attitude and potential over seeming expertise. Be the right person and you're in.

Interview Advice:

Be as open and engaging as you can. Ask questions where you feel lost and of course prepare thoroughly.

Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The grad scheme is looking for people who are capable of taking on leadership roles. BT has a focus on hiring/promoting people for management over raw technical ability - you'll need to demonstrate some kind of experience on your CV and the assessment centres are all geared towards people/business skills and are not technical.

Interview Advice:

There were no technical challenges/interviews to complete during my hiring process - don't expect to be hired on your technical capability alone. You're not expected to know the ins and outs of operating a business, but you'll need to be able to show you can think from a business perspective and work well with people.

Graduate Software Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show off your experience.

Interview Advice:

Be upbeat and show an interest in technology.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be passionate.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions.

Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Confidence, communication, research the company, find company values and find out what they look for in their employees.

Interview Advice:

Lots of research about the company and their values, demonstrate that you're competent/ show your skills to interviewers.

Software Engineeer, Technology & Service Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be clear about whether you're happy to move and where you would live.

Interview Advice:

Read Assessment centre books, prepare for interviews and group assessment.

Internal Communications Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the company and its values.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Really get to know and understand the complex relationships within the telecoms industry. Understand the interplay between end customers and service providers. Know, and be able to defend, the challenges to the industry and company strategy.

Strategic Development Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare for the specific role you are looking at and focus on experience and how it would apply to that role in the context of BT and how you would be able use your best skills with BT. And most important just be relaxed in the process as good eye contact and social skills go a long way to giving a good impression.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and focussed. Good social skills, eye contact go a long way - Be concise and don't waffle. Make your point clearly and back it up with experience without just saying words to fill time.

Graduate Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself - I felt like the assessors were truly interested in finding the right person for the company rather than hearing 'expected' answers. Make sure you know what is going on within the company.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Remember that a graduate programme can commit you to a company for a number of years, so only apply for jobs you are interested in. If you are interested in the work you are doing you will get more out of your working day.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, prepare, prepare.

Know the company, know their history, know their customer. Be able to relate to the challenges the company are facing. Have an understanding of the aims of the company for the future.

Digital Development and Operations Graduate, EE – Digital Development and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

There is plenty of information available on BT's grad recruitment website. So, take a look through it and think about how you fit in with the company and have demonstrated BT's values.

Interview Advice:

Prepare before your interview. Think about why you want to work for BT, why you want that specific role and why they should hire you.

Data Analyst, CIO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

It's very competitive: thousands of people applied for a handful of roles, which reflects the quality of the jobs. Ensure that you know as much as possible about a) the industry, b) the company, and c) the role(s) you're interested in.

Interview Advice:

Standard competency-based interviewing. Ensure that you know your CV well. More importantly, perhaps, to be credible you need to come to the interview with a range of experiences which you can refer to; just good academics isn't enough for any job nowadays.

Trainee solicitor, Legal at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, but be prepared on what the company has to offer. Show your interest in learning.

Questions may be centered around the customer experience the company wants to offer.

Graduate Technical Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Ensure you relate your skils to experiences you have had and can back up each point.

Interview Advice:

Keep honest and do not be afraid to say you do not know. Relax and engage throughout the process.

Network Support, 2nd Line Support Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

No need to prepare for tricky mathematical or psychometric tests. Just be yourself and be ready to give examples of what you have achieved. That way we will know if you are good for the role and you will know if the role is a good fit for you too.

PM, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Bear with the process - it can be long but don't lose heart at any stage.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic, know the company, know the area, show passion, have plenty of ideas. Give plenty of opinions, recommendations. Have some stories about your past that would help with team working environments, problem solving, leadership and change management.

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company. Find out something that will make you stand out from other candidates.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself, don't worry about other candidates at the assessment centre, if you are good enough, you will get a position.

Technical Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the companies values, as we are big on it.

Interview Advice:

Display your skills, there is no better way to get in. Just be yourself which is exactly what BT is looking for.

IP and Data Delivery Manager, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Always showcase your strengths on your CV.

Interview Advice:

Have examples of situations where you exercised strength-based skills.

Network Management Professional, Media and Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

When submitting a profile, be concise, unique, talk about your past experiences and show your leadership skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Take time to think about your answers before replying. If given the chance, talk about your general interests/hobbies that are related to media networks, it shows your passion for the role.

, BT TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you demonstrate your PASSION to work for BT and you show you are enthusiastic. Try and link the skills and experience you have from uni, hobbies, or work experience to the skills BT are looking for. Also try and mention some of the changes/new technologies in the business so they know you know what is happening in the business. And read the financial report!

Interview Advice:

Telephone Interview - have a few bullet points of situational examples you can use to demonstrate your skills. Make sure to link in experience from hobbies, volunteering, uni & work experience. For the face-to-face interview....practice! The career support centre at uni was great. I had two practice interviews with them and they prepared me with different questions that could come up.
Also try and be calm, everyone is nervous on the day and the interviewers are very understanding of this. If you mess up a question, take a breath and you can even ask if you can start your answer again.

Operational Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Ensure you apply your answers to how you can be impactful for the business. Values are important and we are keen to see how you as an individual can fit into our teams to further add value. I'd advise that indeed you showcase your formal qualifications, equally demonstrating your soft skills and willingness to learn will be crucial.

Interview Advice:

Approach the interview with confidence. We are looking for a vast array of candidates to join the business and so we want you to be you. There will be questions where you need to be able to apply yourself and your experiences to the working world environment and so ensure you undertake plenty of research and read up on the business before you join.

Operational Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Please read the BT website, read the requirements and make sure you look at all the options available.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, if you don't know let them know.

Graduate Techinical Designer, CDH at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The recruitment process is designed to get the best graduates out there, so stick with it and give it your best.

Graduate Software Engineer, CPE at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be clear about why you want to work in HR, it's not about working with people, it's very commercial and strategic.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and transparent, show your personality, but also show your drive and motivation.

HR Graduate, HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company and telecoms industry.
Why is BT different to the competition - USP's?
Recognise BT as a global player, not just UK.
Interlink personal values with the companies, use examples of how you do things personally, simply and brilliantly.

Interview Advice:

Use examples in your answer, align to core business values. Weigh up both sides in the question - not everything is a black and white answer!

Graduate Business Manager, Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show that you have an extensive knowledge of marketing and the industry.

Interview Advice:

Find unique ways to stand out and add personality to your video interview.

BT Sport and TV Marketing Executive, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you really want it - show it!

Interview Advice:

Good preparation, understand the company's values.

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

There are a lot of stages to the application, but try not to be deterred by this! The application can move very quickly once you are actually in the process.

Interview Advice:

The assessment day itself comprises a range of assessments so it's tough to prepare for - expect to complete lots of different exercises and be pushed outside of your comfort zone.

Product Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research online and on Job-Seekers forums.

Interview Advice:

Questions about basic networks competency. Be positive, inquisitive and provide specific examples when asked questions.

IP Networks Service Lead, Network Operation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. BT really like to employ people that are themselves throughout the assessment process and not people who act like a stereotype.

Interview Advice:

Confidence and give real life examples.

HR Graduate, HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be honest - if you think you have ideas on how to improve BT and the way we do things, then say it! BT doesn't want to hear it's the best in the world.. we want to know how to grow and improve.

Interview Advice:

Normal interview but again, be honest about what you think (just don't be harsh for the sake of it).

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know everything about the company not just the sector you are applying for.
Be honest.

Network Designer, Contract Design Hub at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Just be honest and passionate about what you want for your career and what your goals and objectives are, when they match you've got the correct company for yourself.

Finally, make sure you are well prepared, practice the presentation you often are requested to present and keep calm - it's only 6 hours of your life at the assessment centres.

Interview Advice:

Mainly the standard competency based question.

ATM and New Business Development Manager, Wholesale and Ventures at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Plenty of preparation for the assessment day and video/telephone interviews. Don't be put off by the long application process as it is quite smooth.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on BT, what they have done in the past, the present and future plans.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research and relate that research to your experiences and skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Cybersecurity Sales Specialist, Global security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Highlight relevant experience.

Interview Advice:

Be engaging, be confident, be personal. Don't turn up at an assessment centre wanting to tick boxes, be yourself.

HR Business Partner (Previously HR Graduate), HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BE YOURSELF!
If you don't then on day one of your job you won't be where you're meant to be!

Take the time to fill out the application as best as you can. Don't be juggling multiple applications at the same time.

Look up the values of BT and look at what services we provide - We do more than TV and Broadband.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm. The interviews are about getting to know you. Remain professional but enjoy your time. The interviews and assessment days are there to get the best of you.

We are really key on team players.

Graduate Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be aware that you will more than likely move into a challenging Manager role, but a very enjoyable one.

Repayments Planning Manager, Planning at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take your time while filling out the application form, in my intake over 16,000 people filled out the application form but only a fraction of that number progressed to the next stage.

It's the stage where most people fail so taking your time to make your application form stand out is worth while.

Senior Security Consultant, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure your application is as relevant as possible to the job role you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, relax and enjoy!

Project Manager, Businss & Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Follow the guidance on BT graduates web page and come prepared to Video Interview and Assessment Centre.

IP Services Lead – Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be fully prepared about the company and the department.

Operations Manager, Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - BT aren't looking for the finished product, they are looking for people who will fit the company's ethos and principles.
Understand these principles and be honest about whether they are a good fit for you.

Interview Advice:

Again, be yourself. If you haven't got loads of work experience that doesn't matter. They want to see your potential.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare good CV.
For video interview - show passion, your interest etc.
Answer all the question in the application.
For the SJT test act as if you are working for BT.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.
Be confident.
Don't be silent even if you cannot answer the exact question.
Show them your strong side.
Show your interest in the company by researching.
Know the company before you go for interview.

Graduate Security Analyst, Technology Service and Operations, Media and Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is a great place to work. Application process is easy compared to some companies. If you make it to the assessment centre stage, relax, be yourself and enjoy it.

Network Designer, Network Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be innovative in answering open questions and be honest.

Interview Advice:

Be straightforward, be honest and communicate well.

Product Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Set aside enough time to complete the application and have it reviewed before submitting.

Interview Advice:

Do extensive research about what the company does. There is a lot more to BT than landlines and broadband!

Network Test Engineer, TEST at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know the code you write for your test inside out and also give appropriate names for the methods you use.

Be enthusiastic and ask a lot of questions related to the role as well as talk about any external mini projects you maybe working on, if you get a chance.

Graduate Software Developer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take the application procedure seriously and present a professional CV and cover letter. Remember at that stage, that is the only thing the interviewers know about you and the only thing that can separate you from others.

It is a good idea to sort your online profiles as well. They might be checked.

Interview Advice:

Play well with others. Know how to lead and follow. Be relaxed. Show that you are genuinely interested and be prepared. Do your research on the company. Who are they? What do they do? What are they involved with right now? Also, make sure you are prepared and knowledgeable on your specific area of expertise.

Network Security Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really, really check which area of the business you are going into as different areas are better. Recommend EE and Consumer for fun and energetic aspect.

Interview Advice:

Straight forward. Read TheJobCrowd's advice on an application.

Security Graduate, Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate a pure enthusiasm toward learning and wanting to forever better yourself because BT accept people who want to make a difference.

Interview Advice:

For the strength based activities, a lot of the questions are about adapting to change, considering the world of technology and how to make the world better using the power of communications.

Systems Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to be thrown in the deep end. You'll have the support you need around you to flourish if you're willing to put the effort in - it's very rewarding.

Interview Advice:

Be true to yourself - it's easy to see past someone saying something because they think they know what you want to hear. BT is about hiring people, skills can be learnt so it's about finding the right sort of driven talented person that's key to BT.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be keen on information security, keep up to date with the latest trends, threats etc.

Interview Advice:

When at the interview don't panic! The interview assessment day was really casual so there is no need for unnecessary stress!

Risk Lead, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic. BT want to hire hardworking, driven people who have a passion for technology. They will teach you the rest.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in your abilities and let your personality show. BT aren't only looking out for your technical ability but for a personality that works well in a team of people.

Software Engineer, IT and Mobile at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company in detail.
Call on your key strengths.
Look in detail at the graduate website for what BT are looking for.

Interview Advice:

Examples of strengths and competencies.

Sales Professional, BT M2M at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the industry news and events so you are up to date not only on the company but also technology, events and advancements in the field - we want someone who is genuinely interested in technology and can show they are aware of the industry. Whilst answering the questions truthfully and to the best of your ability is key, don't be afraid to show your personality during an interview as we need to know what kind of colleague you would be.

Interview Advice:

Consider key skills like leadership, team work, communications and management when giving your answers to show how your experience links to the capabilities when interviewing, but motivation and enthusiasm are key!

BT Application process is a multi-tiered structure design to show the best of the abilities throughout, so take each stage as it comes. Complete all the activities given to you in advance to the best of your ability and be prepared to answer questions on your code, testing and practices - we want to see the depth of your knowledge, not just a copied and pasted answer.

Technical Delivery Manager, TSO – Customer Premises Equipment at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Research the company very well beforehand, especially with regards to the commercial side of the business, and the focus on customers.

Business Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company and it's values thoroughly; know why you want to work for BT and the strengths you can bring to the company. Think about why you want to apply for the graduate scheme in particular i.e. what is it about the BT graduate scheme that appeals to you?

Interview Advice:

Think about your strengths, and why you fit the BT culture. Provide examples from your work/academic/personal life and always provide an insight about what you have learnt in each example.

Delivery Manager, Customer Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

I would say go for it. It is an excellent role which challenges you and gives you the exposure, support needed to grow and deliver meaningful projects to the business.

Interview Advice:

Know the company, the role and be yourself.

Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be confident, be enthusiastic and be yourself.

Interview Advice:

In the application information, BT tell you what strengths they're looking for. Pay attention to these as BT will look for them!

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company, understand how it works and be yourself.

Commercial Project Manager, Consumer at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Value BT's values.

Interview Advice:

Why BT? Make sure you know where they operate and what they are involved in e.g volunteering.

Graduate Network Engineer, Media and Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Network knowledge and technical background helps a lot!

Interview Advice:

Technical background on networks.

CE Lead, BTB CIO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company and market place well and call out your 'strengths'.

Sales Professional, M2M Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Create a customized CV based on the asks mentioned in the job description.

Interview Advice:

Read through the annual report from the last 2-3 years in order to get an understanding of where the company is going.

Customer Experience Lead, CIO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do it, be honest and show off what you have done and want to do.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, personality is key and relax, if you have made it to an interview you have caught someone's eye now show them why they want you.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Engineering Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you want to make it big, this is definitely an environment to succeed in. BT's really committed to investing resources in the right people.

Interview Advice:

If you know your area well, then be confident in your experience. Interviewer's like confidence (but don't get arrogant). If you don't know your area well, good luck you're going to need it.

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company and know our values.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off if you don't hear back after your application/assessments for a little while. Someone from HR will get in touch to tell you if you've passed or failed, it just takes them a while sometimes.

Interview Advice:

In the interview for technical roles you'll probably be sat with 2 people from the company and at least one of them will be a technical manager, so don't worry about getting too detailed when you're answering technical questions - they'll get what you're talking about.

Do a bit of research before the interview as you're probably going to get a few questions about the company and if you don't get them right then it just shows how unprepared you are.

Graduate Software Developer, Energy at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Ask questions!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Product Manager, London at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show passion towards the Company and technology.

Designer, Voice Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on learning your technical skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, say what you know - it's okay not to have an answer to every question.

Graduate Software Engineer, GES at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show your personality.

Data Scientist, Transformation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do some research into BT values.

Software Engineer, Decision Support Systems at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't be scared to try and move into different teams to get as much experience as possible. Try and get on as many training courses as possible to maximise up-skilling while available.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be honest they see through lies.

Network Engineer, Swindon/TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show confidence and the ability to lead others and you will fit in perfectly.

Interview Advice:

Being able to answer technical questions and saying frankly if you do not know and asking for a hint if you are close. Working it out is just as important.
Practice analysing case studies.

Programmer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read the website well. Look at the BT Values. Be authentic and show examples of leadership. Crucial to have an understanding of the telecoms market.

Interview Advice:

Leadership questions.
Purposeful questions.
The interviewer wants you to show your strengths.

Comms and Engagement Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Come into the company with an open mind and you will learn a lot.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, you want the company to be right for you as well as you right for it.

Project manager, Field Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the basics of the complex nature of how BT is structured, the markets it operates in and the trends and competitors in those markets. Understand and value the importance it places on putting the customer first at the heart of every decision it makes.

Project Manager, Project Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be flexible and open minded. You are joining the BT family not just a single role.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, prepare, prepare.

Graduate, GES at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Search about British Telecommunication, the services that we provide to our customers, how we work in a team, what our values are and just be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Prepare and research on the company well. Go through the yearly financial report where you will find a lot of useful facts about the company. Listen to questions thoroughly and give accurate answers. Do not worry if the answer are very short.

Software Engineer, Software development at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the company and what we look for in candidates eg. commercial awareness, put the customer first.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate Software Engineer, BT Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read up on procurement roles and responsibilities and maybe familiarise yourself with governance, contract T's&C's as well as the different types of products and services BT buy.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and open about yourself, always think of what value you bring to the company and only give examples that showcase a particular strength - don't ramble or go off on tangents.

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you like working in a fast moving and evolving field then this is the role for you.

Service Improvement Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on the BT core values - how have your experiences enabled you to fulfil that criteria.

Interview Advice:

Relate things back to the BT core values and how you fulfil those criteria.

Operations manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

The interview has changed since I applied, however it is important that you just be yourself, stay relaxed and not get to worried or stressed. The assessors want you to be successful and are not there to try and trick you. They want you to show that you are capable and a fit for the job.

Network Management Engineer, Media & Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research on the company, and if you know which Line of Business (e.g. Wholesale, Consumer) then look into that.

Interview Advice:

Have plenty of example of when you've demonstrated certain skills especially leadership related skills.
Know the BT values - I've seen people be asked about them at assessment centres.

Operational Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, this company looks at who you are and how you work with other people, because most of the time that's what you will be doing. Communicating.

Don't get too stressed about the assessment centres as they are relaxed and friendly meaning they go fast whilst keeping you on your feet.

The customer is at the end of our supply chain and they mean everything to us, keep this in mind if you apply for this role, as it will help you to structure any presentations/discussions in the applying stage.

Business Analyst, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be genuine and give strong examples.

Interview Advice:

Thoroughly research all aspects of the company - there's a lot more to BT than people realise!

National Logistics and Commerical managmenet, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really know the company. BT isn't just the people who give you broadband. We are involved in lots of different products and there is a lot more involved in providing these products to customers, both retail and worldwide.

Interview Advice:

Who regulates BT? Ofcom.
Know about the role of Openreach, BT and external companies who want this separated even further.
Our competitors.
The price of line rental.
Our movement into the mobile world and purchasing EE.

Graduate Software Developer, Billing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know about the company's strategy and values, and major trends in the telecoms sector. Know what you are strong at and be able to emphasise this. Be relaxed and enthusiastic and let your character shine through.

Performance Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

You will more than likely be in a managerial position unless you apply for a TSO role. Most roles are not technical outside of TSO.

Network Design Specialist, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Keep up to date with the latest happenings in the sector you apply for, Networks in this case. Read whatever you can about BT's involvement in the sector and most importantly, revise all your Networks concepts especially the basics. It is very important to be clear about those concepts.

Interview Advice:

Basic networks related questions, analytical exercises, BT's values. Best way to prepare is to know BT as well as you can to see if the company matches your idea of a good company/place you'd like to work at. Then use this to justify why you are keen on joining.

Networks Engineer, Customer Premises Equipment at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Really learn the values of the company and see if it resonates with you. Become an expert in what BT does, as it is changing so quickly.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you answer in the STAR technique. Make sure you have a deep understanding of IT and Telecoms.

Field Engagement Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research about the company and the role you're applying for. Let your CV and cover letter reflect you've done this. Demonstrating that you care about customer experience also helps.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well. Be confident in yourself.

Graduate, Mobile Apps Development at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Manage expectations, treat it as a job and do personal development.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but don't bluff.

Manager Operations, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

From a technology angle, take part on CTF competitions and tournaments and complete projects of your own to practise security related skills.
Research incident response standards best practise (check out SANS.org for example).

Interview Advice:

Checkout advice on group exercises, remember it's about coming across as a good colleague, not beating other people.
Try to have a broad knowledge of areas you may be asked about but have an in-depth knowledge of a couple of things (I.e. vulnerabilities like heartbleed or drown)
Learn what a SWAT analysis is.

Graduate, Incident Response at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Relax.
Ask whoever you can for information regarding the next stages (e.g. phone interview, Assessment day).
For the code part, try and do TDD (write tests before you write code). You don't have to have a complete solution, do as much as possible. Keep your methods short (TDD)!
On the assessment day, relax and be a good team member. Don't try and one up each other or compete with each other.

Interview Advice:

Relax.
If you don't know something, give yourself a few moments. If you can't think of anything, ask for the answer!
Remember the software engineering points you learned in Uni e.g. SOLID
Try and remember a couple of different types of testing.

Graduate Software Engineer, BT TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Always have an example to back up whatever point you want to make (especially in the strength based interview)!

Graduate Software Engineer, Mobile Apps at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Relax and try and show your personality on the assessment centre day - teamwork is just as important as sheer technical skill.

Interview Advice:

If you aren't sure about the answers on the phone interview give it your best guess! Showing logical thought and deduction is better than showing nothing at all. Nobody cares if you say something silly.

Software Engineer, GES at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take your time to fill out the application. Think thoroughly and answer elaborately.

Interview Advice:

Do your background research about the company, listen and respect other opinions in the group discussion.

Graduate Network Technical, Voice and Multimedia at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take your time with the interview process, it is better to hand one good CV/cover letter than ten bad ones.

Interview Advice:

In the code review thoroughly test your code.

Software Engineer, Systems reliability at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Just apply, you will not regret it. You have to be honest about the application because BT also needs to know if they are right for you as well as you being right for them; basically a two way thing.

Interview Advice:

Know what the company really does (difficult one here).
Know BT's competitors.
Know BT and their core values.
Why have you chosen BT and your job role?
Have at least minimal knowledge about the market in which BT operates.
When you get to the assessment centre, then you have 97% chance of getting in, if you are yourself and not competing with other candidates.

Grad Software Developer, Tools and Automation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the different areas the company works in (e.g. public and business sectors) and the different types of products offered.

Interview Advice:

Know the company values.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Pay attention to BT in the market - what do we do? We don't just sell broadband to the "ordinary people" who live in the UK - we are a global business spanning across the UK Business, Global business and UK consumer markets.

Interview Advice:

Know why you want to work for BT and know why you want to work in the profession you have applied for. Have examples of when you have displayed BT's 5 values (honesty, pride etc. etc.) which can be found on our website.

Concept and Innovation lead, Digital Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show your enthusiasm, passion (and research!) into BT- know the market and show that you can think about it analytically to come up with solutions. Don't be afraid to speak up and voice your opinion, the culture isn't aggressive, so there's no need to be domineering.

Interview Advice:

Bring the conversation round to the things that excite you! Focus on what motivates you- how you answer the questions/how you say things is as important as what you say. How you prioritise, structure and clarify your answers says as much about you as the experiences and qualifications you detail.

Proposition Strategy, Proposition Strategy at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Work hard in university, try and take part in activities that get you experience working in technical teams, take an interest in the communications industry to understand the major new stories that are happening.

Interview Advice:

What do you do to keep up to date with technology news? Experience working in teams? Current projects? Projects you have found challenging and why they were challenging? Times you showed leadership?

Being a good team player is equally as important as your technical skills, you must be able to work well with others, also BT is looking for graduates to be leaders of the future, so being able to work well using your own initiative is excellent too.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.
Show passion and interest.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Quite straightforward, practice questions provided are helpful.

Interview Advice:

- Mainly core questions about yourself, university, project work, experience with group work, etc.
- Be enthusiastic about technology.
- Be a proactive person.
- Have good communication skills.
- Be a team player.
- Group Exercise: Bring a watch to k

Technical Graduate Engineer, Networks – CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Research the competencies and make sure you know the activities BT is involved with.

Transformation, Supply Chain Inventory Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

It's a good company to join on the graduate scheme but make sure you start looking elsewhere before you finish the grad scheme.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, know your stuff, be able to demonstrate what you know and what you can do.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your homework. BT is operating in a quickly changing industry and you need to show an awareness of (and interest in) these changes.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, but showcase your ability to work with others.

Marketing Manager, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare to work hard and achieve.

Interview Advice:

Think about how to break down things you have achieved and to list skills that back this up.

Graduate, Global Network Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are joining the right part of the company - some expect to join a particular area and then get pushed down the process of joining another. Although you can move after joining, it's best to start where you want to as moving around can take time and mean you're not enjoying yourself while you wait.

Cyber Security Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the BT values and structure your application around these and the leadership capabilities.

Interview Advice:

Always think about how the problem/ solution relates to finance and the customer.

Service Delivery Analyst, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research all areas of the company.

Interview Advice:

Focus on BT values.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company.

Interview Advice:

Read the annual report.

Network Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply well in advance.

Interview Advice:

Be honest.

Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply quickly as the roles get snapped up and it is well worth it.

Provincial Frames Manager, Network Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know your technical stuff. You will be asked deep tech questions about your knowledge and experience of software engineering including tools, processes, concepts, design patterns, etc. You will also be given a practical task, so watch out.

Interview Advice:

Relax and have a good chat. Don't be under pressure, the interviewer is not out to get you. Be clear on what you know and when you are not sure, add it to your development plan.

Software Engineer, Operations Support Systems at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

They should apply right now. It will help them in the future.

Interview Advice:

Prepare by reading.

Transmission Engineer, System Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Firstly, you need to be outgoing, independent and decisive. This grad scheme really does allow you the opportunity to showcase your skills and although all of the relevant support is available you're given objectives/deliverables from the outset. I would strongly recommend joining the grad scheme at BT!

Operations Manager, Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Up your skill level.

Interview Advice:

Be well prepared.

Voice and data solutiom Designer, Voice and Contact Centre at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be authentic.

Operational Manager, Service Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Relate previous experience to the strengths and values specified on BT's website. Practice logic/numerical reasoning before sitting the actual test but it's nothing too difficult.

Interview Advice:

Focus on BT's desired skills and match the ones you have to BT's values. The interview is not competency focussed any more, but it is good to have these desired values in your head. Instead of a "tell me about a time when...", the interview is more strength based where you are asked your opinion on situations, "what would you do", etc. However it is important to note that this has only changed this year and the interview was competency based when I was hired.

Project Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

It's a great place to work, a lot of things to do and learn. You will definitely also understand how the work you do benefits others.

Network Designer, Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be open to learning- nobody expects you to know everything! Try to show innovation in your previous work and demonstrate an interest in as many areas of technology as you can.

Interview Advice:

There isn't always a 'right' and a 'wrong' answer; the important thing is to show you can work through a problem in a methodical and reasoned way. Try everything, if you're not sure, don't be afraid to ask! The interviewer will help you progress through the question, as long as you're willing to engage.

BTCERT Graduate, CERT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn BT core values and examples.

Core Ops Manager, Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research BT and its operations very closely. BT is a huge company and has operations in many markets around the world. Find out about this side of the company.

Graduate, Research & Innovation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Work on your market approach of your specific graduate scheme (Tech, Law, Marketing, etc). BT is a business so living and breathing in a "business case based world" should be your routine.
For technologists and visionaries that want to stick with cutting edge technology and next generation applications all the time without the market pressure, I would like to wish you good luck as these spots are rare!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and ask many questions about the way things work before you join. You don't want to be in a company that doesn't suit you!

Transmission Integration Manager, Transmission Core Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Try to find out as much as possible about what telecoms are.

Interview Advice:

Learn more about BT, do your research, but be yourself with a team oriented approach, stay positive. BT is all about people, know your stuff but be likeable, persuade the assessors that they would like to work with you.

Manager, Commercial Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take an interest in what the company does. Both in terms of technology and equally as important in terms of corporate social responsibility.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Admit if you do not know the answer to the question but say what you do know. Admitting limited knowledge is better than trying to lie your way through as the assessors are knowledgeable and will see through that. They are looking for people that can learn rather than someone that already knows it all. Attitude is as important as technical knowledge, if you can show you are ready to learn and a good team player you will do fine.

Network Designer, Networks Core MPLS at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Sound excited. List plenty of 'people skills'. Be flexible with location if possible.

Interview Advice:

They want to see you're good at learning and want to learn, not so much if you are technical already. They want people who are excited about technology and the future of technology. Follow the news before the interviews and talk about it where it is relevant. I think they loved it when I talked about what was going on in the news at the time.

Graduate, Infrastructure at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

List your work experiences.

Interview Advice:

Don't get nervous in video interview.

Graduate DBA, DBA at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your homework: research about the company. When they have events, if you can, attend them if possible and you'll get to meet people and learn even more about the company.

Interview Advice:

Just enjoy the day. Be yourself. Relax. It's not all that scary after you go through it.

Graduate Software Development, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is perfect if you are not particularly sure what area you want to specialize in,( i.e. project management, strategy, IT, finance, or other), because you will have the chance to try out all of these roles and decide where you see your career going.

Interview Advice:

Show the potential in you! Past experience is important but new skills can be learnt rapidly, so you need to show the energy and potential to learn to stand out.

Project manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Highlight the technologies you're experienced with and your level of experience. Show wider skills (teamwork, knowledge sharing etc.). Show that you have a good technical foundation but also that you're really keen to learn (and are good at learning quickly).

Interview Advice:

Know your CV. Revise software development fundamentals (both in terms of programming and the development lifecycle). Have concrete examples prepared to demonstrate 'key competencies' (e.g. an example where you shared knowledge, good teamwork, etc.)

Graduate Software Developer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be confident. Show passion for technology.

Interview Advice:

My University project
Previous job description
Future plan
Why BT?
Latest technology

Graduate (Technology), Networking at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Excellent company to work for. Most of the technical roles are in Ipswich, so if you don't mind moving here .. it is fantastic!

Graduate-Technology, Technology, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read the AGM report from BT website.

Interview Advice:

It is easier than you think. The day is long so make sure you have a big breakfast.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know exactly what you want to do in the company and work really hard to get to know as many people as possible.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and research the company as much as possible. There is so much going on at BT so you need to know your stuff up to date because it changes very quickly.

Consumer Insight Manager, Consumer Insight at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

To be curious and open for many kinds of challenge.
To have an appeal for new Information technology, service delivery and Customer facing.

Interview Advice:

To show your potential by giving insightful experiences.

Business Management Graduate, Graduate Programme at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take every opportunity.

Interview Advice:

Research what BT does and the markets it operates in.

Investment and planning, BTB CIO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show you are passionate about the company and the direction it is going, as well as showing ingenuity and a desire to lead change.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read up on the telecoms industry and the structure of BT group.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Consider other firms.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be open to opportunities. I applied for the Business Management grad scheme and ended up in Procurement.

Interview Advice:

Prepare! Look smart. Firm handshake. Be confident. Ask questions. Sound interested.

Buyer – IT Hardware, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show that you can work independently.
Demonstrate high standards.

Marketing Manager – BT TV, TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn company values, identify what you want from the job and what you can do for BT.

Project Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Loads of opportunities to get involved here. If you don't like what you do, you can just choose a new position where you feel more challenged or happier.

Interview Advice:

Choose real life examples of how you fit into the BT core values. Don't fret about being the best in the room at the assessment centres - I certainly wasn't! Be honest, smile and trust that there is enough spaces for you. A lot of assessment centres will pass over 80% of candidates as long as you fit the core values and show enthusiasm.

Operational Efficiency Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about the role you are applying for and try to show that in your writing.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, don't worry about not knowing something, but don't try to bluff that you do. You will be questioned until they think they've reached the limits of your knowledge. Lastly, prepare, prepare, prepare.

Graduate, High level design and archtiecture at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be specific about which area of the company you want to join. It's a very big company and many applicants apply only for the general area of management, which is not a good way of showing the company where you're suited.

Deployment Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read the news about the industry and prove you have the right values to work here.

Interview Advice:

Prepare in advance and be confident.

Operational Performance Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are familiar with BT's values and link these to your achievements and experiences. Tailor your application to BT and the role you are applying for. I would also advise that you show a good sense of commercial awareness.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared for both the interview and the assessment centre. Make sure you learn as much about BT as possible by looking at our website and any recent news. Go over BT's values again and keep demonstrating how you can contribute to these. As hard as it is, try and relax and remember they are not trying to catch you out- if you do not know something, then just be honest!

Trainee Solicitor, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be confident in yourself.

Information Security Risk Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on the line of business. e.g. if it is the Service Delivery Grad Scheme, focus on Openreach!

Interview Advice:

Be open, honest and relate to our values!

Service Delivery Graduate, Openreach (Real-Time Work-Flow) at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show an interest in network communications. Broadband is an essential element of todays economy and it requires people to run it.

Interview Advice:

Be honest an open. It's an enjoyable interview experience, so relax and be open. Do your research of the wider company and how it operates.

Service Delivery Manager, Openreach Service Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

They like people that have a natural passion for technology. You can secure the job without having a great portfolio as long as you look interested and ready to learn.

Interview Advice:

Practice SWOT analysis and be ready to back up projects mentioned in your CV.

Software Developer, Platforms at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read up on the values and make sure you have examples for each.

Business Management Graduate, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Network, talk to grads already on the scheme. If you have a close friend already on the scheme and meet the minimum entry requirements you are 80% of the way of getting accepted.

Don't worry about technical prowess, you just need to meet the minimum entry requirements (which includes basic tech knowledge) but most importantly know the format of the assessment centre and interview process very well.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know the basics of your field very well (software or networking).

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't expect things to be handed to you, you have to seek out the opportunities and create your own path within the business.

Interview Advice:

Don't show off, the interviewers want to see that you're able to function within the culture and atmosphere of BT. Being able to perform within the teams at BT is essential.

Business Manager, Business Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the subject well but don't worry about knowing everything. Having an area you specialize in is more important than trying to have a broad knowledge of everything.

Study up on the types of attacks that often take place against web applications and systems, watch videos for tutorials on security tube and read books such as "The Art of Exploitation" and "The web app hackers handbook" to make sure you can put the theory into practice

Interview Advice:

Relax and do not worry about being completely technical, you need to be able to show you are human and can answer questions and chat with a customer without being a robot.

There will be areas you struggle with but give it your best and if you don't know the answer then admit to it and suggest what action you would take to learn more about it.

Penetration Tester, Penetration Testing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Nothing specific.

Interview Advice:

Understand the different parts of BT and each of its customers.

Analysis Specialist, Fault Analysis Unit at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Work out why you want to work at the company and not somewhere else.

Interview Advice:

Find out as much as you can about what the company does both in a business capacity and in terms of working with the community and ensure you can work as part of a team.

Graduate – TSO (Technology), Core IT Infrastructure at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Throw yourself whole heartedly into anything you're given.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know what you want to achieve and why you want to work for this company.

, EE at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't expect that you'll deal with software 100%. If you want to do so, your only option would be Ipswich... and good luck with that,

Interview Advice:

Typical interview process. No hidden stuff in there. Know the company well.

Graduate Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company.

Interview Advice:

Prepare answers to common questions.

Graduate Software Engineer, Cyber Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Try and use your experience to demonstrate the BT values.

Software Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on being enthusiastic and think deeply about your values, and how these can relate to telecoms.

Interview Advice:

Show that you have emotional intelligence, get along with people, influence people.

Buyer, Mobility at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be comfortable having challenging conversations with people and everybody needs help, don't be afraid to ask.

Interview Advice:

You're not competing against other candidates, work with them.

Operational Manager, Lancashire at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Keep an open mind and be yourself.

Graduate, Voice IP Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Have a careers advisor check over your application. Use the STAR method when describing your experience. Try to pick the most relevant examples to the role you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

It would be useful to think of some innovative ideas applicable to the real world. In my interview I was asked about some ways BT could improve a current world problem using technology.

Service delivery graduate, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Let your personality shine through - they are really looking for good all round people who have a range of strengths and interests.

Procurement Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the industry.

Digital Marketing Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research and be yourself.

Specalist Sevices Field Manager for Nothern Ireland, Field Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company - it does a lot more than people realise!

Corporate Governance Manager, Corporate Governance at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Get to know the telecoms industry. It's one that's changing constantly so make sure you've got plenty of examples of when you've managed/navigated change in your life.

Interview Advice:

Lots of situational questions - 'tell me about a time when...' type stuff, plus some interesting consulting type questions, e.g. 'how would you estimate how much water is on the planet?'

Analytical Insights Manager, Scheduling Insights and Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read the annual report and have some talking points about the company.

Interview Advice:

Have lots of examples of when you have demonstrated skills which link to the companies values.

Investment and Risk Manager, Risk Management and Business Continuity at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Familiarise oneself with BT's core values and ensure that you demonstrate your passion for the industry, company and position.

Interview Advice:

Tell us about a time when you have demonstrated the ability to change.

Business Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know your strengths and weaknesses and see which area you want to develop yourself and which you are good at.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and sincere, well prepared and think differently.

Product manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare before every interview. Know the companies values and recent ventures. Look at trends in the technology and communication industry that are relevant to your application area.

Interview Advice:

Practice presentations so that you are timely and comfortable. Read all literature thoroughly for other activities. Prepare examples for many general interview scenarios that cover both technical and soft skills.

Network Support Technician, Network Support at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know what you want from a job before applying.

Interview Advice:

Know about BT and what they do.
Don't be afraid to show other sides of yourself.

Software Engineer, Technology, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Think long and hard about your answers to questions. Do the research and know where you are applying and why, what makes you suitable, what value can you add?

Interview Advice:

Do the research, always, Demonstrate that you want the role, show enthusiasm.

Graduate, Infrastructure/analystics at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be honest to yourselves, identify what you can offer and ask what the company can provide you.

Interview Advice:

Submit application, you will be invited for a situational judgement test, if shortlisted there will be a skype / one to one interview. Next stage will be Assessment centre and coding exercise. AC includes presentation, group exercise, code review and some fun and interesting activities. The whole process is so relaxed, you will definitely feel the ease from interviewers. There will be graduates around to help you get know more of the organisation and help you with any questions.

End-2-End Solution Designer, Architecture and Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate an enthusiasm for and interest in technology. Degrees other than computer science are not a problem if you can show a passion for the field.

Interview Advice:

Be honest if you don't know the answer to a question, talk the interviewer through your reasoning instead of guessing.

Graduate software developer, GES at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you've done any projects outside of the mandatory university assignment, mention them. Even if it's only a small program or app, it shows your interest in the field and shows you can take the initiative.

Interview Advice:

People skills are more important than technical skills here by far. I think the group assessments are really important - remember you aren't trying to "win" the discussion, but demonstrating you can make your own case while considering what other people propose.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to show your strengths and weaknesses. That is how BT not only knows how to assist your career plan but also how to plan an all-round development plan for the candidate.

Interview Advice:

Have a tentative career plan. Also be yourself. Do not try to fake a behaviour.

Graduate Engineer, Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Try to get across your passions - enthusiasm will come through naturally this way.

House Campaigns Manager, Digital Media at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Challenge everything.
Ask questions.
Don't have tunnel vision (focussing only on the area you are working). Actively seek opportunities to learn outside your day job.
Promote yourself - If you have done something good, shout about it (all hand calls, publish articles to newsletters etc.)

Interview Advice:

Make a lasting impression. Many people tend to keep quite in interviews. You can't blend into the background. If a question is opened up to the whole group, make sure you're the one to answer.
Do your research - you need to do some prep work prior to the interview (company values, leadership hierarchy, recent company activity, even share price), If you can show the interviewer you have background knowledge, this will make an impression.

Software Engineer, DEM at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

1) Be prepared to drive your own development - opportunities are aplenty but no one will force you to take them. Do not be complacent.

2) Build a network as a priority.

Interview Advice:

1) Be truthful and convey your passions, no matter what they are.

2) Be keenly aware of our values and how they relate to your beliefs.

3) What experiences etc. do you have outside of the purely educational and technical which means you will bring diversity into our organisation?

Graduate, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Give a little thought to your strengths and how you can use them to help the company, because that's what they will be looking for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Network Engineer, Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company and its values

System Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off by the corporate jargon. While your application may be screened by wider BT HR, remember you're applying for a specific business unit and these will have the final say, so don't be too generic.

Interview Advice:

Try to get across what your own (work-related) interests are. Working in BT is at least as much about finding the right place for you and a genuine passion for something within your subject area will be very well-received.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are enthusiastic- they are looking for people with big ideas and a passion for technology, it's not necessarily about your technical abilities.
Don't leave anything out- highlight everything you are good at and all past experiences that you think would help in the job.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself- BT look for the type of person you are and how your personality fits into the role, not necessarily your technical ability. They have to train you no matter how technical you are.

Graduate Software Engineer, Billing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to challenge processes as that is how you could bring better practices into the company.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and be yourself.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Relax (easier said than done). Process was a lot more relaxed than others I had gone through. On the day of assessment centres it was never a competition (made you feel more relaxed), if you were all good you all got a job!

Interview Advice:

Process consisted of technical interviews, Skype interviews, group exercises, one to one presentation etc.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn your IP knowledge brush up on SIP if you can.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm and relaxed and be yourself.

IP Comms third line technology specilast, Technical Support at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company values.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Trainee, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The application has changed since I completed it. I would say just try to make yourself stand out from everyone else if you've ever done something a bit out of the ordinary and take time to actually think about the questions because there are normally only a few questions in the first application.

Interview Advice:

Be passionate about what you're talking about in your application / interview.
Don't try and bluff anything - if you don't know an answer it's better just to say you don't know but say you're willing to learn.
Know about the company and their newest initiatives.

Business Operations Graduate, Business Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, genuine and include examples which back-up your passion for both business and the law.

Interview Advice:

Try and pre-empt the questions so you can prepare your answers, e.g. how would you manage your work load alongside your university work? Or can you give an example of when you worked with someone with a different background and if you came across any challenges.

Legal Graduate/Trainee Solicitor, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research about BT, you can find a lot about it. This will help you to make your application strong. Secondly, try to meet BT graduate representatives, either during a presentation session at your university or careers fair. That will really help you to learn the life of a graduate here. Lastly, in your application, try to include all relevant projects/examples from your life. Be concise and clear.

Interview Advice:

Interview in BT is really easy and more like a conversation. Make sure that you know well about your role and what projects BT is involved in. Learn about the products and services BT offers as these will be the ones you'll be working on if you join BT. Show your passion for technology. Lastly, highlight your past experiences in that area during your interview.

Network Designer, Technology at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Impress through all the extra experience you have had, make sure you link it back to BT's core values and demonstrate your own personal values and how they align well with the ours.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself! BT are looking for candidates with the right attitudes and personalities, show how good you are through the experiences you've had and what you've achieved.

Service Delivery Graduate, Openreach Service Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take time to learn about the company and take time to gain experiences that can make your application stand out.

Interview Advice:

Lots of different activities, vary between assessment centres.

Operations Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Research the organisation, its strategy and performance. Be aware of the changes within the telecom and information services industry.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on BT's core values when preparing for interviews and assessment centres.

Interview Advice:

Focus on BT's core values when preparing for interviews and assessment centres.

Software Engineer, TV & Content at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be relaxed and don't be afraid to show your true personality. BT like real team players and to show you are comfortable talking to a range of people.

Interview Advice:

Learn the BT values and how you can demonstrate past examples of you working to that value.
Know about the wide range of activities BT carries out and the recent news stories involving BT.

Graduate Software Developler, Billing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The graduate program is excellent, the organisational culture and structure is excellent. A good place to start your career

Interview Advice:

Understand the role you are applying for, understand the company and its business, understand how your role contributes to the companies business and goals

Network Designer, Computer Networks Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do you research on BTs values, goals, ambitions and don't forget to follow the news!

Interview Advice:

Be confident, be ambitious, passionate and show you want to lead change.

Solutions Designer, IPT Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn about the whole of BT. Before I applied I presumed BT just sold broadband to customers like 100's of other service providers in the UK but that's only a part of the work BT does.

Interview Advice:

If one part of the assessment centre doesn't go well-don't panic! My presentation was a flop but I still got the job.

Project Manager, Transformation at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

Every activity/interview you do, take into account the BT values and BT future goals

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be patient. Thousands apply for the same job as you so there are a lot of CVs and contracts to write out during the process.

Interview Advice:

Be honest during the interview process about what you want to do when you join BT. They want to use your skills and make sure you're happy in your role so, if you don't want to do coding for example, tell them and they will find somewhere else to put you.

Graduate Software Testing, Testing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Try to cover as many technologies as you can (which you are familiar with). Show your interests.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for the interview. Do research about the company before you attend interview. Be enthusiastic. Relax and just be yourself.

Software Engineer, IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Go for it! BT are a fantastic company to work for - I am currently enrolled in the graduate scheme and I have never looked back. the scheme has given me the ability to improve and hone my own people skills, management skills as well as my own technical ability

Interview Advice:

Do your research, show BT that you know what you're talking about and that you are enthusiastic and passionate

Cisco VoIP Technical Graduate, VoIP at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you want to work for a large corporate company that's like one big family, BT is for you.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and show your knowledge and experience.

Marketing Manager, BT Business at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

do your research

Fleet Operations Manager, BT Ireland at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research and just be yourself - it will be obvious throughout the different stages if you're trying to put on a front.

Project Manager, BT Business / Managed Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company beforehand, including its values and competitors.

Software Engineer, Group Engineering Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you are looking for a challenging role in a company that will offer a lot of benefits next to lots of social activities then BT is the place for you
Everyday here is different than the day before which makes the job itself interesting

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Think of the kind of role you want to fill (you do get asked a lot of questions about the role you are applying for so don't apply for a role you don't know much about).

Network Security Design Graduate, Security Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Demonstrate your commercial awareness and be open and honest in your application - the company wants to see the real you

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Trainee Solicitor, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be people and customer focused.

Interview Advice:

Be focused on the customer and your team. Be able to manage / work with others.

Engagement and Communications Service Enablement North, Service Enablement North at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure that your CV highlights the skills you have that you would be most interested in developing and the areas you are most interested in. This is all they will have to help them place you in project teams looking for graduates and this increases your chances of being placed in a project you'll be interested in.
Also, ensure you have investigated all branches of BT before applying for one, they all do very different work and you can only apply for one.

Interview Advice:

Talk about your final year project or any extra-curricular work you have done to really stand out.
Make sure that you have revised technical terms and have to mind a situation where you have demonstrated a "BT Value" (You'll need a situation per value and you'll be asked STAR-style questions on it)

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare very well. Read about the industry and company. Get a good hands on experience programming in your favourite language.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself if you have got this far then you are probably worth it !!

Software Enginer, BT TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about what they do.

Interview Advice:

Be passionate about what they do.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research BT and put down examples which show your commercial awareness, not just your legal skills. As lawyers at BT we provide business and legal advice and thus it is important to show that you have both on your application form.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and have a wide range of examples to draw on, both legal and commercial. Research BT in detail and understand how the legal team works and BT's current market.

Legal Graduate, Commercial at BT (British Telecom)
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Interview Advice:

BT is looking for "Future leaders", so your technical ability will be checked but there is an equal if not bigger focus on leadership skills (teamwork, analysis and presenting)

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Find out as much as you can about the company before deciding you want to work here.

Include as much information as you can about yourself and activities you have been involved in. Don't think anything is too small, even if it was just blowing up balloons for kids at a Charity Event. Let the recruiters have a feel of who you really are.

Interview Advice:

Let your enthusiasm and willingness to learn be obvious. Be humble and confident at the same time. If you do not know the answer to any question asked, do not make things up. Admit you do not know and if possible, you can genuinely offer to help find out if the interviewer really needs to know the answer to the question.

Graduate Network Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn the company's structure, values, current and future plans.
Keep up to date with the telecommunications industry and understand the layout of the training contract (as it is quite unique and differs somewhat to private practice training contracts)
Read the annual report

Interview Advice:

You will be required to present on a topic assigned to you before the assessment, timing is important as well as how confidently you present and the content.
Likely to be asked how you have shown the values of the firm through the experiences you have had in the past. Do not just talk about work experience, mention interesting things you do / have done in your spare time!

There are no trick questions, the interviewer just wants to know more about you and your interests!

Legal Graduate, BT Legal at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

make sure you are familiar with the BT values and can give examples of when you have demonstrated them

Risk Analyst, Risk Management and Business Continuity at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what area of BT you are going into - there are loads and they are all very different

Interview Advice:

Research the values and the telecoms market

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Refer everything back to the BT Values.

Interview Advice:

Again, refer back to the BT Values and think like a leader.

Business Manager, BT Graduate Scheme – Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Soft skills are far more important for interviews rather than technical knowledge. BT are interested in more rounded technical people for the graduate programme.

Technology Graduate, Technology Graduate at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read as much about the company, especially their values and purpose to see that it would be a good fit for you. This will give you the chance to know whether you are really interested, and will help as you go through the application process

Interview Advice:

Research about the company's competitors, and practising the STAR methodology will help guide you through the competency questions.

Graduate Network Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

* Ensure you have studied the BT Brand and understand the various areas of BT not just the consumer side as this is only one part.
* Ensure you highlight your strongest assets and match your capabilities to the competency based questions. Try and ensure you have one strong example for each question which uses the STAR matrix.

Interview Advice:

* Ensure you can relate your experiences to the job and how you would bring value.
* Be confident in your ability. Highlight your strengths and ensure you discuss the situation. action and result for each scenario so that this is clear to interviewer.

Account Management, Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company, Read annual reports, do a SWOT analysis but most importantly, let your personality shine through. It is all about leadership and leadership potential

Project Manager, Transformation at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your homework, Know a few stuff about BT.

Show a genuine interest in BT.

If you're applying for a Software Development role, make sure you know about the Agile Methodology and about other Soft Dev processes.

Talk about your volunteering experiences, they are all taken into account.

Don't faff around. Make sure you know what you're talking about. Have some figures. That'll help.

Interview Advice:

Above all, show enthusiasm! That's what got me this role!!!

Know about tools in Sofware Dev.

Make sure you are acquainted with testing in Soft Dev.

Anything I said in the Application advice also applies here.

Graduate Software Development, Internal Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be concise and clear about your own strengths and projects that put you in a good light
- ... as an individual in a technical challenge
- ... as part of a team, being easy to work with

Interview Advice:

Clarity of thought throughout the application process and in every interview will be key (raises employability)

Graduate Software Engineer, Network AAA at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

- be yourself
- use lots of different experiences from uni / school / personal life

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the different areas of the business and what they do - this will help both for the application but also when you start!

HR Change Consultant, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself- BT hires people not paper and the more you are yourself and natural, the more chance you've got of getting on board. No company is looking for the finished article, enthusiasm, desire to learn and improve are key!

Interview Advice:

Know BT's core values!

Product Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

* Know the general company well
* Come up with a few key facts that other candidates might not think of
* Do a fair level of research
* Focus on what potential you have
* Focus on what results you have achieved, in a work or non work context

Interview Advice:

Focus on your work and non-work results, really showcasing your skills and attributes

Business Improvement/Operational Excellence Project Manager, Business Improvement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Spend some time thinking about why you want to work for BT and what you can bring to the company, read over your application form and make sure you sell yourself on your CV.

Interview Advice:

Come prepared for the interview, make sure you've researched BT and are aware of what's going on in the industry. Be yourself and have a think about any questions you'd like to know the answers to regarding BT or what it's like to work here.

Graduate Software Engineer, Technology, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be your self - BT is all about being authentic, and naturally hardworking.
Take time over application ensuring it's the best it can be when you send it

Interview Advice:

BT place emphasis on being a diverse leader so be prepared to give a few examples of this.
BT aims to make you as relaxed and comfortable as possible on the day so you perform at your best.
Be a team player throughout the day.

Product Manager, Service Portfolio at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Prepare, prepare, prepare

Interview Advice:

If you've prepared you'll be absolutely fine. Just prepare and research well. Know the business and what all areas do and its customers.

Network Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

State clearly what your key interests are, as the level of responsibility you will get depends highly on what area of the business you are in.

Interview Advice:

Make sure to conduct sufficient background reading and familiarise yourself with the BT Leadership Framework in preparation of the assessment centre.

Technology Innovation Manager, Data Intelligence at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research into BT. They are doing loads of exciting stuff (you will be surprised), so a knowledge and interest of that can go a long way.

Interview Advice:

Answer honestly, be aware of BT and the current market.

Voice Service Strategy, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Much of the application process is handled by a 3rd party, I think it's Futureboard, but the assessment centre onwards is BT - these later ones are the important bits.

Interview Advice:

You'll probably be emailed a coding exercise to complete. Finishing this isn't as important as actually taking some time over it. Even if you don't finish it, being able to explain your working is more important as you WILL be asked in the interview.
And don't just "borrow" code from stackoverflow, because often the code doesn't match with what the spec asked for.

Graduate Software Engineer, TSO – Energy Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

- Research TSO and read the company's annual report. The report is free online and is several hundred pages in length, you don't need to read it all, but it will outline the companies current performance and what the future holds.

- Your University sh

Interview Advice:

- Interview is made up of several stages, including a coding test, logical thinking test, and several rounds of questioning with different managers at a BT office, such as Adastral Park.

- For the different rounds of questioning, just keep cool and do

Graduate Software Engineer, AGIP at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know BT as a company and its values. Know why you'd be good at your role.

Interview Advice:

The process can feel quite long and the competition can be tough. I would suggest trying to find a few unique things about yourself that set you apart from everyone else and really convince BT you would be a good fit for the role.

Software Engineer, BT Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Ensure you say why you have chosen BT.

Interview Advice:

Know the Company. Be aware of current technology trends and how this may affect the business. Learn BT's key values.

Graduate Network design engineer, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your own studies before joining the team because no one is going to push you to do your job. You would be given a free hand and simply guided. It's all about doing things the best way you see fit and meeting deliverables.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions are usually asked. Being yourself at all times and also being truthful. Do not say you know about a topic you know nothing about, instead counter offer by talking about what you know to wriggle your way out.

Network Engineer, Ip Telephony and Unified Communications at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and show you are honest capable and can live up to/ match BT's values

Interview Advice:

Don't place things on your CV you don't want to talk about, come prepared and learn Interview techniques.

Graduate Recruit within Technical, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know BT

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Application Advice:

Be patient - when I was applying I know a few of the deadlines I was given for when I would hear back weren't accurate.
I would also say that you shouldn't focus too much on the set amount of positions they advertise because more often than not if BT like a candidate they will try to find a position for you.

Interview Advice:

I was asked about team projects I had worked on, if there were any issues in those teams, how I overcame the issues etc.

I was asked about times I had implemented a change, a time I had been able to change someones mind about a proposal, a time I had given excellent customer service.

There is normally a written assessment and what I would say is watch timing very carefully because there is a lot of material to read and not a lot of time.

Business Operations Graduate, Business Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company. Show your leadership and initiative.

Senior Software Developer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Provide a clear and comprehensive CV. Be ready to support everything you mention in it with details and examples.

Interview Advice:

Focus on projecting your leadership capabilities and your presentation skills. You need to be functioning well within a team.

VoIP Network Design, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't just write about your experience, write how you worked with other people to complete projects and overcame obstacles. If you lack work experience, why not talk about volunteer work you've been doing or projects you've been working on?

The recruiters are looking for people who can pick things up quickly, are eager to learn and are enthusiastic about the role they're applying for.

Interview Advice:

The most important thing: Relax! The belief at BT is that if we pressure you on the day we're not going to get a good representation of who you are or what you can contribute to the company, so while you should dress smart the atmosphere is laid back. There will be current graduates present to put you at ease and answer you questions, and we usually lay on cookies and hot beverages.

The format changes each year, but at the assessment centre expect to be assessed both individually and how you work as part of a group. There is no 'quota' for who has to pass and fail - the interviewers pick as many as they want, and we host assessment centres until all the positions are filled.

Graduate Software Engineer, BT TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Good understanding of the industry - lots in the news about the current changes so use those sources

Interview Advice:

Show good social skills - be clear in communicating and on a level
Show evidence of being able to simplify technical problems into something anyone could understand

Business improvement manager, Service Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

have a good head for business, be confident in your software design and implementation

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know what you want from the company, know what BT does, which is far more than just telecoms. Research the company, it's values, economic performance, financial information and most importantly its strategy. It is a great company which really looks after you, so research as much as possible and be confident on the day of the assessment centre.

Product Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand BT's core values

Sales Graduate, SME sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the Business properly and understand the ins and outs of it. Know it's values and goals

Business Management, BT Business at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Focus on what you as an individual brought to different scenarios, focus on the 'I' and not the 'we'. Be honest and don't over indulge to make yourself sound better.

Interview Advice:

Remain professional at all points, even when you think you aren't being assessed, you are.

Service Improvement Manager, Service Improvement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be confident in your ideas, if you're right then that's great, if you're wrong, use it as material to build on.

Interview Advice:

Have lots of examples of competency based questions. e.g. "tell me about a time you lead a team..." Even if you don't use them, its good to think about your personality traits. Work on building a great personal brand.

Broadband Propositions Manager, Marketing Propositions at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Think from BT's point of view - why would they want to employ you?

Interview Advice:

Think from BT's point of view - would they want to sit next to you at work?

Software Developer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

I would advise those applying to be confident and really sell themselves. Be clear and honest in your CV and application about your coding experience. Give examples of times you have put your technical skills into practice.

Interview Advice:

The interview process is quite long. Be confident at assessment centre but don't try and dominate the conversation too much. In the one on one interview think of solid examples where you have done good work or resolved difficult situations.

Graduate Software Engineer, GES at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT lays more emphasis on hiring people who are willing to learn and who are not complacent with their knowledge. Research the company's values and culture before applying.

Interview Advice:

You are not expected to know everything for the job role you apply. However, you ought to have a basic knowledge and also be aware of BT's values

Graduate Netowork Engineer, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show some personality!

Interview Advice:

Time you changed someones way of thinking
Time you worked in a team

The assessment center also involves a case-study, presentation and group work.

Business Management Graduate, Consumer at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know the company. Read the annual report. Understand your industry and understand what it is you want to do.

Interview Advice:

Do your due diligence before your interview. Understand what you want to do and why. Understand how you can help the company achieve its goals.

Security Architect, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is involved in lots of exciting things at the moment, and is in the media for a lot of the right reasons, so make sure you have a sense of where the company is heading and what it might look to do next to support its long term strategic aims.

Interview Advice:

Be genuine, BT is not looking for a specific sort of person, so just be yourself. Being such a large company BT depends upon diversity. We have a huge customer base, and all of our customers are different and our workforce should reflect this diversity if we wish to serve our customers well.

Propositions Manager, BT Sport at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be open minded, there are so many opportunities here that you wouldn't have even thought about when applying for the role so try everything to the best of your abilities and people will be there to help you if you struggle.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know the values and how you can show that they also relate to you. Make sure you are commercially aware but that you do have other interests and aims, so you are well rounded.

Operations Performance Manager, Operations Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If you know an area of the company you would like to work then write your CV targeted for that area.

Interview Advice:

They like to ask questions to get to the root of your knowledge so don't worry if you can't answer a question, just say so.

Software Engineer, Mobile Development at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show instances where you have done things pro actively. As well as showing your technical prowess, focus on how you perform well within a team, how you have handled pressure, working to a deadline. Focus on novel ideas you have developed and worked on and how you worked to develop those ideas.

Remember it is not just the 'whats' that matter but also the 'hows'

Interview Advice:

For my technical role, I was asked more around my interest in technology rather than my actual technical knowledge although I did show my technical skills through my degree and technical certifications.

Be confident and prepare for your interview based on what you have mentioned in the application and CV

Network Design Consultant, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Just enter your qualifications, to be honest, if your qualified most people will get a telephone interview first, which is where your attitude and interpersonal skills become the deciding factors.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. If you have gotten through to application stages, that means your already qualified enough. They are now judging you on your interpersonal skills, your ability to understand a task and come up with effective solutions, and your ability to convey information (i.e. present)

Cisco VoIP Technical Specialist, Cisco One Cloud Platform at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be honest, and research the role and industry you want to go into.

Interview Advice:

If you don't know the answer to a question, say so, then try to work it through yourself. We look for the way a person thinks as much as what they immediately know.

Software Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you use STAR, read the annual report and really know our brand values as they are the criteria used to judge you.

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Application Advice:

Be honest

Interview Advice:

have a natural conversation and be relaxed

Project Manager, Strategy at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If possible candidates should show extracurricular work and an interest in technology outwith their studies.

Interview Advice:

If you are asked about a skill or technology you aren't currently familiar with, it is important to show a desire to learn and develop in this area. Show an interest in the company and its competitors.

Graduate technical, CPE at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - you need a company that suits you

Marketing Manager, Self-Service at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The role focuses more on down streaming than actual research

Interview Advice:

What are the upcoming technology trends?

Research graduate, Research at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Spend some time working on the answers to the longer questions

Interview Advice:

Being confident and friendly is key - coming across as someone who would be easy to work with. BT is now involved in the 4 areas of Internet, Landline phone, Mobile & TV so having a good overall knowledge of the industry as well as the role of BT and its competitors will help

Central Planning Analyst, Service Insight in Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make you sure you are aware of what's going on in the Telecoms industry and how it works - it's a very fast moving world so keeping up with the market will be essential to doing well! Also make sure you know your strengths and know how to sell them.

Ethernet Geographic Demand Forecasting Manager, Strategy and Forecasting at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Experience in a people management role would help.
Research the company before applying.

Operations manager, Leeds at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

The work you do in your degree is interesting but the stuff you do and enjoy doing outside is also very important. Where relevant, those are the main things to highlight

Interview Advice:

There is expected a general understanding of the principles of software engineering but not to worry about specifics like the programming languages you have used before, just being able to demonstrate that you have learnt and used one or too. You will be asked to give presentations as well as demonstrate your ability to work in a team in a group exercise

Senior Software Engineer, Cyber Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't worry about your current technical knowledge - they're far more interested to see an enthusiasm to work with technology and an ability to grasp new concepts quickly. So demonstrate this!

Interview Advice:

If you don't know the answer to a technical question, it's best to be honest and say so than to try and bluff an answer. But then, demonstrate intuition by saying what you 'think' the answer might be.

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Engineering Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Unless you are exceptionally keen to code and only code- do not apply. As this is not a rotational program there is little scope for movement within the 2yr period.

Interview Advice:

Do not become flustered by the 'management scenario' role plays- just remain calm and discuss with the 'actor' sensibly.
If you get the feeling the "company isnt a good fit" during the interview process and assessment center- I would trust your gut. Otherwise if you find the interview pleasant then you are probably well suited to the role.

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Fully research the company and know why you want to work here. It is also worth having as many examples of competencies as possible as it always looks better if you can use many different examples as opposed to continually reverting to the same story. Also if you are unsuccessful at the final stage it is always worth asking for feedback from BT, there is a great deal of feedback which can be very helpful for future applications.

Graduate Programme Marketing and Media, Acquisition Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure your application is clear and concise, don't ramble on in your CV or application. Try to highlight your key skills and how they fit in with BT's company values and it's vision for the future. Your coding ability will be assessed in the application, so ensure you spend a good amount of time making the code clear and ensuring it works as expected. You will need to be able to talk about any part of your submitted code competently if you progress to an assessment centre.

Interview Advice:

As a Graduate it is important to show your competency and passion for Software Development. Having a good knowledge of Software practices and implementation will stand you in good stead in your application. If you get through to the an assessment centre be attentive and a team player, and make sure you know BT's company values. Being involved in side projects outside of work will stand you in good stead.

Graduate Software Developer, TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the role that they're applying for and read the background of the company.

Interview Advice:

Be clear about their career goals.

Recruitment Consultant, Recruitment at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Promote yourself as a genuine and normal person who is well-rounded and not over-confident and you will shine. BT doesn't have any place for selfishness is what I have learnt but they like to see people who have good ideas and can help the organisation grow and perform.
Don't exaggerate or oversell yourself because it isn't the type of place where you won't be found out. I've found that this is a very family-orientated organisation and people can read others easily so it's really best to just be a real person.

Interview Advice:

- Demonstrate good teamwork skills - most important thing in BT I believe
- Communication and listening - be confident and take a leading roll but pay attention to others and value others ideas
- Be friendly and "normal" - if you're false, you won't get

Data Engineer, Network Investment at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself. Explain what you can bring, why you want the role you've applied for and why you should be hired.

For technical roles, show real passion for technology and computers.

Above all, show passion.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you know the company structure and corporate values inside out. These are all publicly available.

Learn about our products and our customers.

Make sure you speak up and be assertive in group exercises. Being quiet is actually more noticeable.

Don't be afraid to ask for clarification of interview questions if you don't understand. If you can't answer a question, be honest with the interviewer.

Graduate, BT Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Think about the industry as well as the role.

Interview Advice:

Research the company well, brainstorm what you think they are looking for and ask yourself when you have demonstrated these skills/values, think about why these skills/values are important...why do they matter?

Business Manager, Rolls Royce at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read up on the company, what we do and our corporate values. Ensure you convey your passion, what you can bring to BT and be really clear on why you want to join us. Make sure you fully explain why you are applying for the specific role you've applied for. Think about where you see yourself in 2, 5, 10+ years.

In short, show in clear terms that you really WANT the job! Sell yourself. All of this will set you up nicely for your interviews and assessment centres.

Interview Advice:

At your assessment centre you are ALWAYS being watched, assessed and judged although you may not realise it. Your graduate buddy on the day may also have been asked to monitor you and provide feedback to the assessors later.

Ensure you behave assertively with confidence and speak up during group exercises. Sitting there doing or saying nothing will count against you more than talking nonsense non-stop would.

Don't try and blag technical points during your line manager interview. They'll spot this a mile off, so it's better to be honest and upfront if you genuinely don't know or can't answer.

Don't be afraid to ask the interviewer to clarify a question they've asked if you don't quite understand. Interviews are a two-way street and it's a chance for you to ask questions of your own and to learn more about us.

Nobody is there to deliberately trip you up. Assessment centres can actually be good fun, just relax and enjoy it!

Graduate, BT Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

I love being a BT Grad, I would really encourage them to participate and to be as unique and creative as they can.

Interview Advice:

The process is pretty long, there are 4 important phases.
1. Take each phase very seriously, there are points for each one.
2. Read about the company and the BT grad programme, focusing on values, reading about it´s history, present and where we want to go in the future.
3. Be creative and diverse in your responses. try to use examples of your different experiences, for example personal, previous work, school, hobbies.

Business Improvement Practitionar, Business Improvement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about the role you're applying for. If its technical, don't moan about how you dislike computers. Be interested in the company and in tune with their values.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Study the business and show off your skills.........you are applying against thousands of talented people, that being at an Apprentice or Graduate level!

Interview Advice:

Prepare, know what you want to say, ask the interviewer questions, be yourself - they know your qualifications and experience so they want to know about you!

Voice IP Infrastructure Solution Designer, Internal Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

*Make sure you read the BT values - understand that BT stands for and what you would be doing in your role
*Make sure you stand out - think of quirky and different things you have done that will make people want to learn more

Interview Advice:

Relax – Make sure to have an early night before the assessment day. You want to make sure your fresh. Cramming the night before often makes you feel stressed and confused. Watch your favourite TV show and believe in yourself.

Enjoy – Have fun! As a candidate you are going to be extremely nervous (as we all were) but make sure you enjoy it. The more you enjoy it and the more you put in the more you will achieve. The assessors want to see the real you so please be yourself!

Learn – Make sure to take some time to learn from the other candidates, please remember you could be working with these people so get to know them and learn from their experiences. They might conduct themselves in a certain way which will give you tips for the future – always respect your peers!

Desk Based Account Manager, Conferencing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Application is not job role specific, when applying for the role you apply for software, networking, research etc. and you are then placed into a suitable role based on your CV and experience after you are successfully picked.

Voice IP Infrastructure Design, Voice IP Infrastructure Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Have a think about the role you've applied for and what the employer is looking for. Do some research into the company you've applied to and know your technology well.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be confident.

Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read into the strategy, the portfolio, the industries we are active in, what differentiates BT, what are we doing on sustainability, etc. It's all in the annual report!

Interview Advice:

Show how you are proactive, creative and pragmatic.

Graduate, Business improvement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Apply! It's a great community, and also a very cool opportunity to grow!

Interview Advice:

Be accurate, bold but most importantly easygoing. It sounds too basic, but they're interested only in you and your knowledge, and if you reached the interview round it shows you're good enough, so you just have to prove it. Take it easy! :)

Graduate, Global Services Sales Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Excellent if you are in Europe/UK. Be more alert, careful and open-minded if you aren't because different regions receive different treatment. Nonetheless, it's a good company where you can learn loads.

Interview Advice:

"What do you know about BT?" "Why do you want to work in BT?" "

Business Management Graduate, Contract Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Fill out the questionnairre very carefully at the beginning
Leave at least one day for the preparation of the phone interview

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and represent the values of BT

Graduate, Service Delivery at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and do your research and know everything about BT.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and do not sound like you've taken the interview lightly.

Graduate Engineer, Internal Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Learn about the broader services that BT provides - it's not just about broadband!
Be prepared to think on your feet during the assessment centre, showing your willingness to adapt and deal with tricky situations.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the BT values and how they will help the company acheive its goals in the future.

Contract Manager, Global Banking & Financial Markets at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Do, but pick your location carefully.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

End-to-end Designer, End-to-end Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Know your stuff (the interview process is hard for the technical graduate positions). Be passionate and show that you're choosing BT because your values align with its own.

Interview Advice:

Present a very general career plan (what you want to achieve in your professional life) and how BT fits in with it.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the business values and allign your application and approach to them.

Interview Advice:

Prepare, be creative about how you can stand out, live the BT values in your interview, be yourself.

Marketing Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Consider why you want to work in-house as opposed to in private practice. Tailor your application to demonstrate why BT and try and incorporate the company's values.

Trainee Lawyer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research on the company and genuine clear passion for the company will always shine through.

Be honest.

Business Improvement Practitioner, Business Improvement at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Keep at it, the job is very good when you get it.

Interview Advice:

Try and enjoy it, be yourself and after that everything is out of your control.

Software Developer, Networks at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Need to be a good problem solver.

Interview Advice:

Learn about test driven development, agile development and open source software.

Software Engineer, IP & Mobility at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Doing something outside of your university course for graduate applicants is a good idea, so for instance, creating an app, or running a webpage which displays good and modern technologies and skills. IP Network knowledge is a good, but not necessary essential skill to have as the company is built on IP networks.

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate a good ability to explain technical aspects in a non-technical way, this is a very useful skill to have in modern business, also demonstrate not necessarily what you know, but that you have the capacity and willingness to learn new technology and skills.

Graduate Designer/Developer, TSO/AGIP/OSS/Monitoring & Reporting at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

- Show passion for software development, with examples of any team based or individual projects.
- Know your coding languages well. BT uses all of them, so no preference
- Be prepared to learn new coding languages.
- Show how your university modules wi

Interview Advice:

- Know about software development life cycle and how it applies to different team sizes.
- BT is trying to change to an Agile development model, so know its pros and cons.
- Know basic Object Orientated terminology and philosophies.
- Be ready to answe

Software Engineer, IVR at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to forge your own path, grad program outside of the UK is new.

Interview Advice:

It is a long process.

Business Analyst, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Don't be put off by the lengthy application process... It's worth it!

Software Engineer, Infrastructure and Integration at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be honest and be yourself. Know what kind of work you'd like to do as well, BT is huge so there are jobs everywhere, if you know what you're interested in up front it'll be easier for them to find you a place where you enjoy the work.

Interview Advice:

Look into the state of the Telecom, broadband and tv markets, get to know the key players in the industry and how BT fits in. Remember that providing services to users is what the company is focused on. If you're going for a developer job then brush up on Agile development processes.

Software Developer, Mobile Development at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be willing to work hard and to be analytical.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Explain why have you chosen BT and show team spirit.

Graduate – Quality and Service Excellence, Costumer Service at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Look up BT's Values - These are what you are judged by during your application.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, interesting and don't be arrogant.

Systems Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure your examples are strong and relevant to the question being asked.
Always emphasize the impact you made, not what other people did.

Interview Advice:

Think about who and what inspires you to follow your chosen career path.
Be prepared to expand on things you have written in your CV / Cover Letter / Appliation Form.

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Application Advice:

One of the best companies to work for, opportunities to gain experience and desired qualifications, Know the role you are applying for, have a clear view of where you want to be in the next 5-10 years.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, do not pretend to be/have what you aren't/don't. Be clear as to what you can offer to the company and role.

Network Analyst, IP & Mobility at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Build a good CV, get ready for interviews by preparing standard interview questions and also technical ones related to BT, telecom, software (if applying for software role), cloud computing, 4G LTE.

Interview Advice:

They should do some research about BT assessment centre. Forums give examples of what sort of questions candidates are asked.

Graduate Software Engineer, Mobile Apps at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Standard application advice, applicable anywhere.

Interview Advice:

Do an internship beforehand! Make sure you read up on the structure of BT Group and how it operates. Don't arrive at interview thinking that BT makes and sells telephones & only has engineers in vans.

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Application Advice:

Its more of a "Will" to do than a "Skill" to do. Be confident and ready to learn on the fly. There is more than enough support for whatever role or responsibility you find to do.

Interview Advice:

If you are applying, get on the facebook page and make contact, you will get a lot of advice. Here's a few. Answer all questions using the STAR format, makes it easier for both you and your assessors. Research about the industry, the company and most importantly yourself! What can you bring to the table? How has your schooling, probably previous work experience, ambitions, etc shaped your desire to join us and how will it shape your future here? Who are our main competitors and how can we gain an edge?

Software Engineer, Capacity Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be smart and professional at all times. This is not a laidback workplace and professionalism is expected.

Interview Advice:

- Have a good understanding of a particular OO programming language-ideally Java. Also be prepared to answer questions on software development lifecycle and experience within development.

- Practice interview skills and team activities. There are a nu

Graduate Software Enigneer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

- Research the company and its competitors.
- Build a CV just for this case

Interview Advice:

#NAME?

Network Engineer, Testing at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Understand the Company Values
Be prepared to be pushed towards management

Platforms Specialist, Managed Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Take time to do the online tests without distractions, don't leave them to the last minute, they are not difficult per say but require attention to detail. During the telephone interview have your notes in front of you without having to shuffle through, it will give you a confidence boost. For the Skype interviews, make sure the area is quiet, and that you have a solid connection. The questions at this stage are mostly competency based questions that can be prepared in advance to certain extent, e.g. describe a time when you showed leadership qualities, as well as some basic technical questions. e.g. software development cycle.

Interview Advice:

Travel to the assessment centre the night before. Prepare your presentation in advance, make sure you understand it fully, you will be asked to clarify the finer points in it. Listen to the other candidates in the group assessment, take they're opinions on board, don't be dismissive. Also keep an eye on the time, particularly in the group interviews.

Graduate solution designer, Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Work hard, volunteer lots and have a lot of diversity in your life.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - BT a very good at hiring similar personalities, if you don't naturally fit in with that it might be harder to work with people.

Operational Regulatory Manager, Regulatory affairs at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Show that you have a wide range of interests and activities - you don't have to be a technical person to work for a technology company! I did a History degree and I love it here!

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic!

Junior Buyer, Business at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Clear uncluttered CV. Make the most of the personal statement sections on the form, they give you the chance to sell yourself.

Interview Advice:

Study for the technical interview, it can have in depth questions in it.

Systems Engineer, Group at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

BT is hiring "Future leaders" , anything you can get on your CV that shows these skills will be gold dust (running clubs, any form of organizational work etc).
Your CV will also play a part in what role you end up in, make sure to put emphasis on the areas you are good at and want to work in.

Interview Advice:

BT is hiring "Future leaders" so The assessment centre is massively focused on how good you are working in a team, giving presentations and very much glosses over the technical. as long as you can present yourself well, your knowledge is less important once you get to that stage. Admit when you dont know something

Graduate Software Engineer, Voice and Multimedia at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

If programming and cyber security are your cup of tea then apply now... You'll be challenged daily and learn so much along the way.

Interview Advice:

BT love our 5 values.... mention that at your interview and how you've applied them, that will win you so much browny points!

Our 5 Values:
Customer
Team
Honesty
Change
Pride

Graduate Software Engineer, Group Engineering Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company, BT covers a much wider range of business areas than just phones.

Interview Advice:

Where will the company be in 5 years? Where have you demonstrated leadership/organisational skills? When is a time you have worked on a project which when it didn't go to plan and what did you do?

Project Manager/Transformation Lead, Transformation for BT Consumer at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Put on as much as possible about extra-curriculars.
Show you have actively persued your interests.

Interview Advice:

Be mature, I have seen so many people come straight from university and expect it to be a constant laugh with minimal responsibility.
Was technical but mostly asking on my background; I got asked about some of my coursework (I did a paper on Bluetooth and how that works). I explained a little on the security aspects and how the frequency hops to avoid interference. I did get stumped on a random question about how digital TV works and how they protect the content (link into BT sport/etc. here – I’d research that too).
Show your best work in a portfolio: Show that you care about your work.

Network Designer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Make sure you reaserch the company and are yoursef at the interview. As well as technical skill they want to know who you are and your personality.

Interview Advice:

Why chose BT over the others?
Why do you want to do networking?
What do you think BT should get into next?

Test Engineer, GNS NIT at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Read up on us, what we care about and what technologies we use, then make sure this aligns to your own beliefs and skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, bring your enthusiasm and energy for the job because we all add to the team in different ways.
Be prepared to be challenged and learn new skills.

Security Analyst & Information Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research about the company in great depth it really helps. Be thorough with software fundamentals and concepts. Do some programming excersises.

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Application Advice:

Read through BT relevant things in detail
Address each of the values clearly
Make sure to give pratical evidence of skills

Interview Advice:

Be engaging at the interview
Speak to current graduates helping out at the assessment centres, they will provide helpful insights
Try to build rapport early on with your interviewer
Don't be afraid to clarify questions if they are not clear to start off with

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Application Advice:

Have a plan about what aspects or roles you want to experiece to make the most of the four rotations.

Interview Advice:

Research the company in a lot of detail.

Sales Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Research the company and make sure you care about what they do!

Interview Advice:

Again, make sure you know everything about the company possible, and also make sure that you have plenty of examples of scenarios where you've shown business acumen and team working skills. Also, have examples that reflect the companies values (which can be found on the website and really do make a difference!).

Customer Forecast Manager (Graduate), Forecasting at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, The company is just as interested in your passion for technology as they are in your skills and experiences.

Interview Advice:

Know your strengths, weaknesses and why you want the job. In addition, know what you can do for the company as well as what you expect from them.

Network analyst, Network engineer at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

This company will give you all the chances and opportunities one needs so if you are ready to broaden your horizon then this is the best place to start.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself !

Network Analyst, Mobility Platform at BT (British Telecom)
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Application Advice:

This is a fantastic job. in the role i was given there is plenty of variety in my day to day activity.

Interview Advice:

Technically ability is of course necessary to secure the role but the BT graduate scheme also looks for leadership qualities.

Technical Graduate, Customer Premises Equipment at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The variety of work and opportunities that are available within BT. Always something to learn and can move around easily enough.

Worst:

Internal politics and processes can make it difficult to get things done.

Consultant Network Management Engineer, Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Pretty open company culture.
Work life balance.

Worst:

Always requires proactivity, no one takes care of you unless you ask for support. Not many career progression opportunities in many different areas.

Business Management Trainee, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The opportunity for career progression

Worst:

The processes that slow down getting work done

Security Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

flexibility

Worst:

nothing

Business Management Graduate, CBS at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Working environment, culture, innovation

Worst:

Pace of change, pace of pay progression, low margin industry

Senior Researcher, Research & Innovation at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The opportunities to learn from market professionals, and have them as a mentor. This then allows you to build up a network which you can then use when you rotate throughout the business.

Worst:

Because of the size of the company, sometimes it's difficult to find out who you need to speak to and communication is sometimes slow

Certainty Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Innovative

Associate Network Engineer/Tester, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Good work from home/hours flexibility if needed

Worst:

You're just a number in the system

Graduate Trainee, Finance at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Challenging work

Worst:

Traditional company that is held back from change. Very political and damaging culture

Customer Experience Consultant, Customer Experience at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The breath of our work.

Worst:

Complex.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Flexibility

Worst:

Long and outdated processes

Programme and Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Volunteering days, great culture, exciting time to join BT

Worst:

Going through a bit of a rough patch at the moment

Stategy and Planning Analyst, Commerical at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Culture and work/life balance.

Worst:

n/a

Customer Experience Manager, Corporate Customer Experience at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

It's ethical, promotes individuality, lots of emphasis on growing your own potential, lots of 'extra-curricular' things to get involved with - engaging talks etc. They treat you like adults.

Worst:

The graduate scheme has been a little slow to get going.

Buyer, Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

N/A

Worst:

N/A

Digital Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The prestige

Worst:

The size

Major Contact Management, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Market leader - fun brand

Worst:

n/a

Development and Operations Graduate EE, Digital at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Stability and the opportunities to move around once the scheme is complete.

Worst:

The size, you can end up in an area where you aren't suited and there is no say in where you start the scheme. Also works in silos.

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Global company with lots of opportunity. telecommunications is an integral part of day-to-day life so it is very interesting to see the constant improvements and evolution of this industry

Worst:

N/A

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

People

Worst:

size of the company makes it difficult to work with all departments

Contract management graduate, Central Business Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Respected company, where real career progression is possible

Worst:

In a massive company it is hard to see how you fit in to the grand scheme of things and can feel a bit lost in it all.

Product Manager, BT One Collaborate at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Heritage, brand and reputation as a British company. Its standing within the industry as a telecommunications firm

Worst:

Very cheap when it comes to many things. Although they own a lot of building, you can only work in one building which is allocated to you. If you are hired by BT and training in a professional qualification, you cannot move for 4 years, without being charged the total sum of the fees incurred by BT on your behalf. I.e. if they put you on a course which costs £10,000 then you will need remain at BT for 4 years from date of qualifying. Otherwise they can reclaim from you £10,000 in return, this only reduced in amount as the years progress

Business Graduate, Business and Public sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Good culture, support and everyone is so open to helping

Worst:

Bad habits of others of working really long hours putting pressure on us to stay later

Marketing Manager, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Opportunities for development given the size of the company. Brand recognition.

Worst:

Compared to a smaller company, at BT I feel that I only know the people I directly work with.

Buyer, Group Procurement at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

People

Network Designer, Contract Design Hub at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The company is personal, simple and brilliant

Worst:

Nothing

Network Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Internal job opportunities, opportunity to travel, job security.

Worst:

Internal politics

Team Leader, Sales and Retention at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

A large graduate intake so there's plenty of support.

Worst:

Job selection upon entry is vague.

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Graduate community and initiatives

Worst:

Money-focused and slow to adapt to changes in the modern world due to hierarchy.

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The support they give you as a graduate.

Graduate, Voice Core at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Job security, decent pay, great benefits

Worst:

Slow processes

Graduate Network Designer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Good reputation
different offices and locations to work at
lots of different events going on all the time

Worst:

Good to update some of the offices.

Operational Performance Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Leading company with many opportunities available to explore different roles and do what interests you most. There are 3 volunteering days per year that you can use to help out charities and others.

Worst:

There isn't enough flexibility to take days off when you need them for other opportunities.

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Ethos, work life balance, and how large the company is - there is always internal opportunities to move around.

Worst:

Not so much a bad point, however it is very unlikely that you will ever know all of the senior stakeholders in BT, as there are so many different departments and teams.

Contract Delivery Shared Services Management Graduate, Central Business Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Colleagues

Worst:

Travel

Contract Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The people. Everybody that I have met during my time at BT has been brilliant.

Worst:

The size of the business means that progress is often prohibited by process.

Corporate Account Manager, Corporate at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The opportunity to get involved in things outside of my day job for example volunteering.

Worst:

Being a large organisation teams are often spread across different locations which can make it hard to bond and learn from them.

Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

- good company to have in a CV
- lots of opportunities to transfer internally
- good location
- good starting salary

Worst:

- no promotion or salary increase 18 months into the job
- old, tedious ways of working; old systems and old mentalities opposing change and innovation

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Constantly changing and innovative products

Worst:

Can be at times a bit too big so takes some wrangling to get things done.

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Reputation on excellent customer services

Worst:

Non I could think of at the moment.

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

- Level of responsibility given at an early stage in my career.
- Opportunities and encouragement to get involved with making the world a better place; volunteering encouraged.
- Active Gender Equality Network.

Worst:

- Change resistant.
- Diversity and women in leadership roles not as good as I would like it to be - feels there is a glass ceiling.
- People are slow to trust/delegate work.

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The opportunities on offer to move around the organisation and rotate job role

Worst:

unflexible regarding relocations

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Big brand with wide-range of work.

Worst:

Because it is a large corporate, not as agile as software start-ups and smaller IT companies. This can make changes happen slowly or not at all. A lot of hoops to jump through sometimes. Expect this at any large organisation though.

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

People

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Culture/people

Worst:

wider BT sometimes feels too big - I don't know who all the MDs are anymore, used to know all the SMT but now only aware of my CEO/CFO

Revenue Accountant, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

There is a great sense of pride at BT - everyone is always committed to doing a great job, and making improvements where they can

Worst:

There are times when BT doesn't always communicate the essential messages on a regular basis and in good time - they do a good job, but there's room for improvement

Project Manager – Stratetgic Resourcing, Openreach (Infrastructure Delivery) at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Well known name. Good work life balance. Flexible working. Lots of charity work and volunteering opportunities.

Worst:

Lots of process - very slow to get changes made and to make an impact on the customer experience. The company is largely behind market trends.

Product Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

There is a clear progression path

Worst:

There are so many people that it is often difficult to know where to start in relation to networking.

Internal Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Everyone is helpful.

Assosiate Network Designer, Network Design at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Staff relationship

Worst:

Bureaucracy

Network Management Professional, BT TV at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Size and scale (i.e. opportunites available), managers/leaders.

Worst:

Changes can be slow due to size.

Graduate, Consumer at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Flexibility

Worst:

Bureaucracy

Business Intelligence at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

dynamic company with a lot of opportunities to progress and move into different areas.

Worst:

change take a little longer sometimes

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great working environment and colleagues.

Manager, Customer Care at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Range of jobs which are exciting and meaningful. Great people to work with, some brilliant minds.

Graduate Software Engineer, Dynamic IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Supportive, approachable managers, relaxed working environment

Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The culture and values.

Worst:

Our customer's experience.

HR Graduate, Human Resources at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Company values

Worst:

Communication across the company

Account Manager, Business and Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Lots of opportunities for graduates across the country

Worst:

Very big 'corporate' feeling to the company

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Large company with lots of training opportunities for the graduates.

Worst:

Large company so things can move slower than desired.

Network Engineer, Special Projects at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Market Leading

Worst:

EE's association with BT

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

It is one of the most established and stable companies in the industry. Offers great salary and benefits.

Worst:

Very massive organisation. Too much bureaucracy.

Software Engineer, Technology, Services and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

A lot of opportunities
A lot of change

Worst:

So big that depending where you are working, you can be very far from the end customer

Workforce Management Reporting Lead, Human Resources at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Interesting work, good colleagues, reasonable pay, good work/life balance

Worst:

Internal processes and systems

Researcher, Research at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Ethics

Worst:

Process

Cyber Security Graduate, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Brilliant company, which a great working culture within.

Worst:

As with many old companies, some of the processes can be a bit dated. This is something that is being challenged and is changing (gradually)

Content Aquisition & Business Development, BT TV & Sport at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

1. People
2. Salary

Worst:

1. Tedious and long processes.
2. Lack of technical progression pathways.

Graduate Software Engineer, Data Management at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Work/Life balance is really good

Worst:

It's quite static. People who work for BT a long time are struck in the same processes.

Marketing Manager, Business & Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Culture in EE.

Worst:

Processes and policies.

BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

scale of company

Worst:

bureaucracy

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

International company, opportunity, responsabilties, flexibility

Worst:

Salary, package

Bid Manager, Sales Department at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

A lot of opportunities to develop and grow. There are a lot of specialists and professions. You can change your role so you never get bored.

Worst:

The size. Company is very big and it is it's advantage and disadvantage. Some things can take long time.

Analyst, IT at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

They hire great people

Senior Professional, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

This company has a huge potential
To be the best network provider in all fronts

Worst:

The change process has been really slow.

Graduate Network Engineer, Technology, Service and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Flexible work environment, supportive colleagues, structured grad program with pure focus on development, high pay, prestigious company, free broadband

Worst:

wooden spoon for customer service

Business Analyst, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Chances to move into whatever area you want to - chances are BT have a place that does it

Worst:

It's been a bad year for upper management scandal - particularly upsetting because the company has really turned a corner from within. It is disappointing to see these old mistakes be brought up now, reflecting badly on all the hard work people here have done to improve the business.

Operational Delivery Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

lots of colleagues in several locations

Worst:

lots of processes

Graduate in General Management, Advise at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Supportive environment.

Worst:

Really old company with great potential.

Project Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Lots of travel opportunities
Varied projects to work on
Big name company for the CV

Worst:

The role rotation that is advertised for the grad scheme is non-existent
Do not expect to be put in the role you joined for or that matches your skillset
Nothing is agreed unless in writing in email, so all communication is done via email
Top-down decisions mean everything is done for commercial/business goals, rather than for sound engineering
Advertised flexibility in work schedule/working from home is non-existent
Exceedingly poor work/life balance - expect to be working lots of overtime with no compensation

Graduate Software Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Work life balance is amazing

Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Volunteering is highly regarded, everyone is willing to help

Worst:

Lots of employees

Software Engineeer, Technology & Service Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The way they look after their employees, if they are made redundant or fall seriously ill, BT are a brilliant employer and stay committed to you.

Worst:

The bad press, currently (March 17) we've had a huge amount of bad press and it's difficult for people to feel proud of working here and to stay motivated.

Internal Communications Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Good culture.

Worst:

Lacks energy sometimes.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Well-established and respected brand.

Worst:

Poor customer service.

Strategic Development Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Flexible working, and the BT perks

Worst:

My commute

Graduate Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Breadth of opportunities within same firm. Reasonably flexible working, although this will vary from job to job. Some grads in my area have entirely flexible working and are able to work from home, which doesn't lend itself to my role.

Worst:

Previous comment re starting salary

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Opportunities to make a difference

Worst:

Size, can often seem like a small cog in a massive

Digital Development and Operations Graduate, EE – Digital Development and Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

There are so many opportunities for training & progression within BT that there is always something new you can learn.

Worst:

We get quite a bit of bad press & that can be a bit demoralising when you're talking to family and friends.

Data Analyst, CIO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

- Fascinating, vibrant and rapidly-evolving sector of the economy (IT & Telecoms) which demands a broad range of skills to understand it, implement it, and deliver and explain it to customers.
- Lots of very bright people - which makes for a great workin

Worst:

- Some tangible vestiges of a public sector culture, particularly in Openreach (the engineering part of BT). This will change as people retire from the company, and the new National Ops and TV arm of Openreach is led by a very capable Director (and MD), a

Trainee solicitor, Legal at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Many different lines of business to work in.

Worst:

Easy to get lost in such a large organisation.

Network Support, 2nd Line Support Team at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Good benefits and training.

Worst:

Its a big place to work and can be hard to understand all the different areas

Software Engineer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The opportunities it gives you to expand your knowledge

Worst:

It is so big, you can sometimes feel lost in the organisation

Technical Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Career progression opportunities, work environment, amazing support as a graduate, approachable senior management, opportunities for women within the company as even the topmost management include women and always support gender equality.

Worst:

Due to the fact that BT is a huge company, some things take time to get sorted.

IP and Data Delivery Manager, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

International reputation

Worst:

Current customer service rating

Network Management Professional, Media and Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

There are a lot opportunities to progress your career and even change your career as BT has a commercial, technical and legal sector.

Worst:

As BT is a large company, there is a lot of terminology and initialisms to learn! One initialisms may stand for something completely different depending on the sector.

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Best:

It is such a large company that there is so many different opportunities, roles you can get involved in.
Company loves graduates and gives you a lot of support during your first few years in the business to develop and progress.
We make a big difference for the customer.

Worst:

The company being so large can be a bad thing also as processes sometimes don't work and things are sometimes difficult to get done.

Operational Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The importance placed on values, the opportunities to progress within the business and being involved in such a fascinating industry.

Worst:

Of course you get out what you put in and so at times you can find yourself working very long hours in order to get things done but that's the same with anything.

Operational Manager, Openreach at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

the work life balance,

Worst:

will have to move teams for a promotion

Graduate Techinical Designer, CDH at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Opportunities to move around within the company and try new things without needing to go anywhere else. The benefits are brilliant and the work life balance is very good.

Graduate Software Engineer, CPE at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great atmosphere to work in, lots of perks and high profile work.

Worst:

Not always simple to get things done, and we are often negatively portrayed in the media.

HR Graduate, HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great CSR,
Lots of opportunities,
Lots of senior support - no hierarchical structure.
Projects are very large, and as a grad you can be leading multi million £ projects.

Worst:

Slow moving, risk averse.

Graduate Business Manager, Operations at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

- It's one of the main foundations of this technological nation.
- Large marketing budgets and therefore visibility of your work.
- A willingness to invest in major projects that challenge the norms of the industry.

Worst:

#NAME?

BT Sport and TV Marketing Executive, Marketing at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

interesting employer, beats public service any day!

Worst:

typical corporate structure..

Software Engineer, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The best thing is the work/life balance you are able to have at BT. You can still have commitments outside of work (you won't be working crazy 12+ hour days) and the flexibility to work remotely when needed is an extra bonus.

Worst:

The culture at BT can be very bureaucratic and slow. It's not always easy to get things done because of how many stakeholders there are.

Product Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Very knowledgable colleagues, working on a variety of innovative products and platforms.

Worst:

Working in a big company can make things hard to get done. Lots of beurocracy and red tape, especially surrounding finances.

IP Networks Service Lead, Network Operation at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

opportunity

Worst:

too many processes

HR Graduate, HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Supportive Culture

Worst:

Difficult internal processes

Business Management Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Well-known company which looks good on my CV.

Worst:

Lack of training opportunities and career development (if you want a pay rise or promotion, you basically need to get a new job within BT, often not in your team)

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great camaraderie with the graduates. Excellent senior management team. The chance to work on worthwhile projects for the business from day 1

Worst:

None

Graduate Software Engineer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

lots of areas to work, opportunity to try lots of different roles.

Worst:

clunky corporate processes

Consultant Software Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

N/A

Worst:

N/A

Cybersecurity Sales Specialist, Global security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Culture, people, pay and benefits. Opportunity.

Worst:

Regulation, old style BT Culture, and work space.

HR Business Partner (Previously HR Graduate), HR at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Best thing about working here is the culture. People want to genuinely help you and do the best job possible.

Worst:

When you're the graduate you can sometimes be seen as the lacky and pick up the pieces of work that others don't want to complete.

Graduate Project Manager, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The people within the company are great to work for and with.

Worst:

Hard to think of anything that brings me down that much.

Repayments Planning Manager, Planning at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The people

Worst:

the length of time taken to get seemingly simple tasks done

Project Manager, Businss & Public Sector at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Lifestyle, Job Security. Benefits.

Worst:

It's too big. Ingrained manager culture from the 80s. Parts of the business still act like they work for the Post Office. Projects which are suffering.

Graduate Developer, BT Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great culture, environment and purpose of the business

Worst:

Not being able to choose the team you want to go to at the start of graduate scheme

IP Services Lead – Graduate, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The people - everyone is supportive and helpful.

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Work life balance, Perks, benefits, office environment, training opportunities, BT Academy, Accredited learning pathways, Technical learning etc

Worst:

No

Graduate Security Analyst, Technology Service and Operations, Media and Broadcast at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

training and support from my team

Network Designer, Network Engineering at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

a lot of opportunities

Worst:

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Product Manager, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Bright future, BT is currently making all the right moves to secure a place in the future of relevant tech companies.

Worst:

The politics

Network Test Engineer, TEST at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

The working environment and the training you get throughout your career is very useful. There is always someone to help around if you ever get stuck on something.

Worst:

The food price in the cafe and the hub is a bit too expensive and some of the buildings and offices withing BT Adastral are a bit dated.

Graduate Software Developer, TSO at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

It is a massive company that provides many opportunities for career development, training and work experience.
There is also a variety of different roles offered and a lot of flexibility should someone want to experience a different job placement.

Worst:

Because of the size of the company, communication and the ability to socialise are key in order to make your presence known.

Network Security Designer, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Work life balance
Big customers to put on CV

Worst:

Boredom
Not much training
Too big for people to be accountable
Slow paced
Lots of bored older people

Security Graduate, Sales at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Renowned company that every knows about. A lot of pride in working for such a company

Worst:

Sometimes, people have had bad experiences with BT and it lingers.

Systems Engineer, Global Services at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Interesting work and trust given from not long in company.

Worst:

Amount of responsibility can sometimes lead to stress - always worth it in the end when project complete and you've achieved something great with the team!

, at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Lots of job opportunities, lots of security expertise, everyone is willing to help you.

Worst:

constant restructuring of different teams.

Risk Lead, Security at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Great work/life balance, salary, benefits and colleagues while doing a genuinely interesting job that makes a difference

Software Engineer, IT and Mobile at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

So many opportunities

Worst:

Processes and time to get things done

Sales Professional, BT M2M at BT (British Telecom)
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Best:

Brilliant graduate scheme, lots of opportunities for progression, wide network of colleagues, technical innovative

Worst:

Still maintained as a telecomms as opposed to a software house

Technical Delivery Manager, TSO – Customer Premises Equipment at BT (British Telecom)
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