All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by RB employees based on 58 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
4.1/5
 
Work Life Balance:
2.8/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.1/5
 
Company Culture:
3.2/5
 
Career Progression:
3.9/5
 
Colleagues:
3.6/5
 
Training:
2.6/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.4/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.2/5
 

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Industry: Banking and Finance, Retail Banking Department: Retail Graduate Programme Job Title: Graduate

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Industry: Banking and Finance, Corporate & Private Banking Job Title: Graduate

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Application Advice:

- Show ability to influence and push back
- Show entrepreneurial ability.

Interview Advice:

Main competencies:

- Influencing
- team work
- entrepreneurship
- presenting skills

Graduate Trainee, Sales and Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be honest, it's very important because you need to be able to fit into the RB culture and go that extra mile.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions, make sure you know the products and power brands, do your research!

Graduate Territory Manager, Graduate Territory Manager at RB
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Application Advice:

Make sure you familiarise yourself with the company culture and values which will be what you are assessed on. RB is a results driven company focused on out-performance and over-achieving, this high motivation will be key to success.

Commercial Graduate Trainee, Commercial at RB
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Know your stuff - read up on the company. Be enthusiastic and energetic and really know why you want to work for a company like RB.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for competency-related questions.

Commercial Graduate Trainee, West London at RB
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Prepare, be unique and know the company.

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Think outside the box, come up with new and innovative ways of looking at things.

Commercial graduate trainee, Commercial at RB
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Enthusiasm and take ownership.

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Confident and good work experience.

Sales Analyst, Sales at RB
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Don't try to be someone else during interview/application - RB has a very unique culture and your fit with this will be important in your success.

Interview Advice:

Read up about the company and the brands. An understanding of how FMCG companies operate would also be helpful.

R&D Graduate, at RB
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Application Advice:

If applying for a role at RB, make sure it’s a culture you will be happy and thrive in. Look at the key values to the business and ensure they are instilled in you also. Be passionate about what you do and what you can provide.

Finance Graduate, FP&A at RB
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Application Advice:

Application should show your passion for FMCG and craving for a fast pace environment, as well as experiences in which you have led a project.

Interview Advice:

Show determination, defend your ideas, thrive for entrepreneurship, can-do attitude, and give concrete examples of when you have demonstrated all those skills.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

1. Make sure you want to work in FMCG.
2. Give well rounded examples, not only academic in cover letters and CV.
3. Try and show some personality through your writing and online interviews.
4. Prepare for competency tests.

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1. Be yourself, RB company culture is strong, so it's just as important that the company is the right fit for you, as you are for the company.
2. Prepare well, read about current issues and challenges manufacturers are currently facing.
3. Learn and love our brands. This will give great talking points in interview process.
4. Get on with the interviewers. It is so important that they can see themselves working with you.

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Show signs of outperformance and innovation throughout your application. RB has a very strong culture, if it doesn't resonant with you, it is unlikely to be the right fit.

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Be yourself, the company is looking for a culture fit, if you don't fit you wouldn't enjoy it so don't take it to heart!

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Be honest, clear and be yourself.

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Application Advice:

RB is about action, doing things off your own back/taking ownership, and overachieving: so make sure that instead of simply talking about things you've done when answering questions, that you focus on outcomes... what you actually achieved as a result of YOUR actions.

Interview Advice:

You need to embody energy, self-confidence, and focus on over-achievement and the outcomes/results of your actions. On another note, unlike other FMCG giants RB loves an entrepreneurial spirit - instead of it being a worrying sign that you might leave the company, RB sees it as essential to innovation.

Territory Manager, Commercial graduate trainee at RB
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Application Advice:

Make sure you demonstrate an understanding of the businesses core values and where we want to be.

Interview Advice:

Follow the STAR approach for answering competency-based questions (Situation, Task, Action, Result).
Don't worry if you don't know the answer, a lot of it is how you respond to certain situations.
You might not have all the relevant technical experience but if you've got the right attitude, that's what really counts. The rest you can learn.
Be prepared to be asked random questions that are designed to throw you off-guard and test your ability to rationally think about a response - e.g. how many people cycle to work in the UK?

Graduate Analyst, Transaction Services at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply early, show your motivations towards the role, meet with RBS before applying so you can reference people.

Interview Advice:

Research the company thoroughly, understand their values and be confident.

Private Equity Assistant Director, Real Estate Finance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Not very original advice but be yourself. If you are not successful being 100% genuine and honest in your answers then it's really for the best. If you are successful, then you can be assured it is a place for you.

Interview Advice:

Questions I was asked:

- An example when I challenged an authority.
- Tell me something interesting about yourself which I cannot read on your CV/Cover letter?
- An example when I worked in a team but had to challenge views of the others.
- Why would you fit in at RBS?

Analyst, Debt Capital Markets at RBS
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Application Advice:

Read up on the opportunities available to you for your job role and see if it offers what you want in your career development. For example, having the availability to do ACA was a key selling point for me applying for this role alongside being a banking institution rather than the typical Big 4.

Interview Advice:

Prepare well in advance is a given, but read up on the banks values and apply them throughout the recruitment process as these are key. Be confident but also be open and honest so your personality shows - they want to see that you are right for the role but also look at you as a person and if you will adapt and fit into the bank by adding value.

Auditor, Internal Audit at RBS
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Application Advice:

Put emphasis on your personal skills - very important when applying to become a relationship banker. If you are not from a traditional economics/business background, play on that aspect. What can you bring that is different?

Interview Advice:

How would you deal with a difficult client?

Assistant Director, Corporate Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be willing to take on a challenge, you will be faced with a high level of responsibility early on in your career and immediately be expected to pull your weight.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and knowledgeable around the market and RBS's past.

Don't be afraid of mentioning the challenges that it's come up against and the litigation that has occurred over the past few years. The bank is addressing it openly and they'd expect you to have full knowledge of this.

Assistant Director, Commercial Graduate at RBS
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Application Advice:

To research the company thoroughly and find out where you want to go specifically, ensure the skill set is suited to the job and be really interested in what you go for.

Interview Advice:

To practice the competency questions using the STAR technique, research the values and understand how they link in with personal interests.

Graduate Relationship Manager, Commercial Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Read up about the bank, their values are ingrained in the role. Highlight your understanding of the bank and its activities.

Interview Advice:

Your technical skills don’t matter a huge deal; you just need to be reasonably competent. Please be calm, friendly and participative.

Graduate Analyst, Commercial TMT at RBS
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Application Advice:

Do as much research into the roles you are applying to as possible as they vary so greatly.

Interview Advice:

Be upfront, honest and genuine with your interviewer.

Trader, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the organisation, ensure you understand what it has been through over the past few years.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and justify your views. Make sure you are up to date on what's going on in the economy and banking industry.

Analyst, Corporate and International Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Make it clear how you fit with the RBS values and would therefore be a good candidate. Show evidence of involvement / leading additional activities besides your degree.

Interview Advice:

Interview questions were focused around me and core competencies rather than questions on RBS as such. The wider assessment centre was focused around whether RBS should take on a new client and therefore involved credit discussions, analysis and presentations also.

Analyst, Corporate & Institutional Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Sharp concise answers. RBS has restructured significantly - know which markets we still have a presence in and how we compare vs. the street.

Interview Advice:

You won't be asked technical markets questions if applying to a markets role - it is competency focused to create a level playing field for all academic-disciplines. To differentiate yourself, research markets/latest developments and try to steer the conversation to include technical topics.

Trader/Analyst, Securitised Products at RBS
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you emphasise your soft skills, giving examples to back this up.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

FX Graduate Analyst, FX at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be interesting and interested!

Interview Advice:

Be open, honest, positive, and do your research before-hand.

Commercial Banking Graduate, Commercial banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Stay up to date with relevant macro market research.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared to think on your feet, and think logically to solve problems. Always give things a go, it's not about the answer you give it's about how you work to get to the answer you give.

Graduate Analyst, Fixed Income at RBS
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Application Advice:

Avoid the commercial banking graduate scheme for the time being.

Interview Advice:

Focus on situational assessment and competency based questions.

Assistant director, Renewable Energy at RBS
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Application Advice:

Look and study competencies carefully.

Relationship Manager Graduate, Graduate at RBS
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Application Advice:

Applying early.

European Rates Research graduate analyst, European Rates Research at RBS
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Application Advice:

-be honest about what you want from the role and your strengths and weaknesses as this will determine if you fit well into the company
-be up to date on political and financial news, as well as company-specific news

Analyst, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be very pro-active and keen to learn as well as a nice person.

Interview Advice:

Don't say things you think they want to hear... be honest and logical and bring something different to the table.

Analyst, Corporate Financing and Risk Solutions at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be genuine.

Gradaute, Commercial and Private Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be precise and clear.

Digital Developer, Technolgy at RBS
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Application Advice:

Personality is more important than performance.

Interview Advice:

Be charming, they want future leaders not necessarily tech geniuses.

Web Security Analyst, Security And Resilience at RBS
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Application Advice:

Read through the official website and news.

Interview Advice:

Speak more in the AC.

, Risk at RBS
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Application Advice:

Keen to learn and develop quickly.
Eye for detail and good analytical skills.
Lots of passion.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest.
Accept if you do not know anything.
Confidence in what you are saying matters a lot.
Most importantly - do your homework about the company and the department/role.

Finance Reporting Analyst, Finance Technology at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the organisation before applying.

Interview Advice:

Assessment centre has a relaxed vibe.

Business Analyst, Technology at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be sincere and ask people to read through your applications.

Interview Advice:

Prepare a few questions to ask.

Risk Graduate, Credit Risk Retail Restructuring and Provisioning at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the company and its values. Try to reflect them in answers to your competency questions.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and honest.

Business Analyst – CIB Services, CIB Services at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the company as much as possible beforehand.
Have a clear set of goals and objectives to achieve within your placements, and articulate these early.

Interview Advice:

Don't get stressed! Don't try to dominate conversation in any group work exercises. Be yourself, relax and also structure your answers. Taking time to compile your thoughts and deliver a well thought out answer comes across much better than simply talking for the sake of doing so.

Controls Reporting Analyst, Corporate & institutional Banking Controls Reporting at RBS
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have a good understanding of the Company's values and how you have demonstrated them.
Understand and be able to articulate what it is that has motivated you to join the Company and your specific business area.

Compliance Graduate, Compliance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Show the interviewer what you love, be yourself and identify where your passions and the banks core values overlap.

Interview Advice:

Be the best version of yourself, smile and be friendly, get your passions across to the interviewers.

Cyber Security analytics analyst, Security and Resilience at RBS
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Application Advice:

Understand what is important to RBS - the values. If you understand this then you have a great chance.

Recruitment & Selection, Early Career at RBS
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Application Advice:

Focus on the customer.

Assistant Manager, Ulster Bank at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to spend a lot of time on the application process - there are several online tests as well as a telephone interview and assessment centre and you will likely need to prepare for these.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the specific role you are applying for, as you will be asked about this in any interviews and your knowledge/lack of will show through.

Business Analyst, Ulster Bank Transformation at RBS
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Application Advice:

Learn about RBS and be engaged with their strategic vision and values.

Interview Advice:

Reflect on work and personal examples to show you have the desired competencies - it will show your personal side. Prepare, Prepare, Prepare!

HR Consultant, Reward at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the role and ensure that you have a genuine interest in your area of finance and the wider economy.

Invoice Finance Client Relations, Commercial Banking Graduate at RBS
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Application Advice:

Submit your application as early as possible - on the first day the process opens if you can!

Interview Advice:

Enjoy and have fun during the interview. Your positive personality will shine through when you're relaxed.

Risk Graduate, Stress Testing at RBS
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Interview Advice:

Remember competencies, and read up on long term plans/goals of he bank.

Business Analyst, Technology at RBS
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Application Advice:

Bring your true self.
Prepare well for assessment centres.

API Marketing & Community Outreach, Innovation Engineering at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research the bank's core values and demonstrate how you apply them to your job, academics or life.

Interview Advice:

Dress to impress.

Business Intelligence Analyst, Finance Business Intelligence at RBS
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Application Advice:

Look at company values and make sure you align to them.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and show good all round business awareness.

Graduate commercial banking, Real estate scotland at RBS
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Application Advice:

Take your time with the application and practice tests.

Relationship Manager, Commercial at RBS
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Application Advice:

Prepare for a trading game, have basic financial knowledge especially about rates and currency, prepare to think and problem solve on the spot.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions and situational judgement type interview.

Graduate Analyst, Structuring at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be open and honest. Be sure of what you want out of the job.

Graduate Developer, Trading Technology at RBS
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Application Advice:

Get relevant experience (regardless of what degree you have) and build a range of examples of things you have done in the past that show you are proactive and hardworking.

Interview Advice:

Build a set of 7 to 10 examples of times where you have shown pro-activity, hard work, team work and ability to interact with customers. Consider how you would structure these when answering competency questions on the day.

Graduate, Large Corporate Coverage at RBS
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Application Advice:

Relax. So long as the process hasn't changed, you aren't being graded against each other. The atmosphere is generally quite relaxed because of this. The interviewers read from scripts, so the same applies to them.

Interview Advice:

There were four sections the the assessment center, including a presentation, a group discussion, an interview and a short written exercise.

Developer, Development at RBS
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Application Advice:

Take time to understand the scheme and whether it fits your strengths.

Interview Advice:

Know RBS' values, think of examples of when you've demonstrated these behaviours.

Assistant Corporate Relationship Director, Lombard at RBS
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Application Advice:

Read the website and practice your STAR examples!

Interview Advice:

The usual STAR questions as well as why RBS and why my chosen graduate program?

Analyst, Operations at RBS
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Application Advice:

Outline your key strengths.

Interview Advice:

Be rational and think outside the box.

Senior Solutions Analyst, Business Operations at RBS
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Application Advice:

Don't - its inflated.

Graduate, Rotations at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply early to have a better chance of choosing role/location etc.

Interview Advice:

People skills are valued more than technical skills.

Technology Graduate, Technology Graduate Scheme at RBS
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Application Advice:

Make sure you are very familiar with the RBS values as the bank genuinely tries to hire only people they believe will adhere to those values. Given the bank's history maintaining the goals and culture set forth for the future are paramount.

Interview Advice:

Be confident but don't be afraid to admit you don't know something. They will try to push your knowledge deliberately to the point that you genuinely won't be able to answer. They are just trying to gage the extent of what you know but always important to not think you know it all.

Analyst, Leveraged Finance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Understand the culture of the bank
Know long term goals
Examples of things done in past
Past experience

Interview Advice:

Team work
Communication
Examples of competencies
Presentation skills
Ideas

Rist IT Develoepr, Credit Risk at RBS
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the role and make sure it is the right one for you.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you portray yourself in the best light and show why they should be hiring you.

Project Analyst, Technology at RBS
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Application Advice:

Prepare for your interviews. There are two areas you need to cover, personal experiences and RBS (history and department you're applying to). Have a list of good personal experiences, challenges etc. they will ask you to mention at least 3 in the telephone interview, and even more in the assessment center. Secondly, you need to know a bit about your department, what they do, what they could potentially be working on in the future, things like ApplePay etc. You also need to know the history of RBS, especially the other brands within the RBS Group. Mentioning Williams and Glynn, the new bank RBS will create this year would be a very good point to bring up!

Interview Advice:

Keep calm, don't need to be too formal. Keep in mind that if you are prepared, you will pass the interview, so don't be nervous.

Analyst, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Learn the priorities/vision of RBS, show your passion.

Interview Advice:

Be the best version of yourself and show your interests/passions

Analyst, Cyber Security Analytics at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and let your personality show through, don't get bogged down on all the technical jargon just be yourself and show you have vision.

Interview Advice:

Why join RBS? Tell us about a time you had to act without your managers guidelines? Just be honest give examples but make sure you have a look at the company values as if you can slip these in to your examples it will look very good. The company want to live their values so if you can demonstrate that you have done in the past it would be beneficial.

Innovation Consultation, Solutions at RBS
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Application Advice:

Potentially consider applying elsewhere. If you prefer routine then the finance scheme may be for you as going forward it is to be "financial control" and "decision support" based. Would not recommend applying to finance at RBS.

Interview Advice:

Why do you want to work here?

, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Really think about what it is about the company that appeals to you and your alignment with the core RBS Values and what they mean to you and our customers.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, enthusiastic and well prepared. Assessment days are very long so get a good nights sleep. Engage with the other candidates and don't be scared to get stuck into the activities.

Graduate, Commercial and Private Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Do something extra to uni course.

Interview Advice:

You don't compete against other applicants.

Assistant Relationship Director, Corporate Coverage at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research RBS well and express why you would fit in well here.

Interview Advice:

Show your personality and how you are unique because everyone applying has great academics.

Analyst, FX at RBS
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Application Advice:

You don't necessarily have to have a mathematical background. There are many traders here with history and politics degrees but a general interest in the markets is definitely required if you are intending to work in FX. Be open on your application form, you will only know where your skill set is best suited after rotating around the bank.

Interview Advice:

Research the markets, be enthusiastic.

Graduate Analyst, FX at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply for the Spring Week and Internship first to gain an insight into the bank and industry.

Interview Advice:

Keep up to date with current affairs.

Analyst, Debt Capital Markets at RBS
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Application Advice:

Show an interest for working for RBS not just banking as a whole.
Show some applicability from your degree to working in the role.
Highlight any relevant experiences.
Look into applying for the Spring Week and Internship - I did both and got the role through an offer after my internship.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself try and keep calm, think/take a step back before asking any questions, be up to date on general market themes and news. Have a look through some brain teasers as these may be asked.

Credit Sales Analyst, Credit Sales at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be passionate, determined, know the company well and know yourself.
Get help from surroundings, family, friends, fellow applicants.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is the key. You must have prepared answers for all standardised questions relevant to the industry and company. Be yourself, don't overdo it, play on your strengths, qualities, first impressions matter.

Fixed Income Analyst, Continental Rates Sales at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be willing to learn as much as possible.

Interview Advice:

Prepare thoroughly, but be yourself.

FX Graduate Analyst, FX at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be confident and express yourself as a person.

Interview Advice:

Ask as much as possible about customer experience.

Graduate, Lombard at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply for the Internships - this is the easiest and best route into a graduate role. It will both give you exposure to the areas of business and enable to network your way into as well as give you an idea whether this is the right place for you.

Interview Advice:

Pretty standard - get enough information about the organisation, they will probably come up!

Analyst, Capital Markets at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply for internships to increase your chances of getting a graduate scheme and apply for internal audit roles which are increasingly required by banks throughout the industry.

Auditor, Internal Audit at RBS
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Application Advice:

Know about the RBS values.

Interview Advice:

Give examples for how you demonstrate the RBS values.

Capital Markets Analyst, Capital Markets at RBS
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Application Advice:

Brush up on your maths and reasoning skills, be honest and don't afraid to be different/stand out.

Interview Advice:

Ensure you are aware of the RBS values and vision - v important.

, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have an understanding of the long term vision and values for RBS and ensure you can explain why you support that vision.

Interview Advice:

Understand the values and be able to demonstrate that you are able to buy into those.

Compliance Graduate, Compliance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Start the application early and prepare your answers thoroughly.

Interview Advice:

Use the STAR format for all interview questions.

MI, Analytics and Issue Management Analyst/Graduate Trainee, Conduct and Regulatory Affairs at RBS
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Application Advice:

Ensure you understand your job role thoroughly before applying. It is often easy to misunderstand the role and be shocked when you start working.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - let your personality come through and shine. The assessment centre is quite a long day but stay energised through it and let it be known how determined and eager you are.

Graduate Risk Analyst, Risk at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work in widely different areas across the bank.

Interview Advice:

Look into the ethos of RBS and how it's changing.

Graduate, Ulster Bank at RBS
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Application Advice:

Start early and read through your application several times.

Interview Advice:

Go to mock interviews and practice your answers.

Risk Graduate, Risk at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and understand the values of the company.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions.

Auditor, Internal Audit at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research what internal audit does before applying.

Interview Advice:

Do your research on the company.

Auditor, Internal Audit at RBS
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Application Advice:

Research well. Take the opportunity to meet RBS staff at careers fairs and events in order to understand the nature of the different divisions. Spring week and summer internships are a great way to understand first hand what each division entails.
Keep answers on the application form concise.

Interview Advice:

Read up on news stories related to RBS.
Have competency examples prepared.
Most of all enthusiasm is key - know why you want a particular role.

Finance Graduate – Rotational, at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply early.
Spend a lot of time and effort on the application form. If you are applying to a lot of Graduate schemes ensure you go for quality over quantity.
Sell yourself and put yourself in the employers shoes.
Really research the company and ensure you know the in's and out's.
Be confident.

Interview Advice:

I found the interviewers at RBS much more approachable than at some of the other companies I applied to. So be confident and come across as someone they would want to work with.
Be yourself and be honest. If you don't have a perfect answer just tell the truth.
Really research the company, both for the phone interview and face to face interview.
Learn facts/ quotes. Buy into the vision and talk about this.
Ask the interviewer questions at the end and show an interest in their career.

Graduate Trainee in Finance, Corporate and Institutional Banking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Have lots of good examples to support your competencies.

Research and read up as much as you can on the company website. The more you know about what the company is looking for when hiring, the more you will increase your chances of getting a job.

Show a desire and passion for what you are applying to.

Interview Advice:

If you don't know something in the interview/assessment center, don't panic. Try and think through what you need to do and give a reasonable answer.

The questions I had were mainly situational based - e.g. if you had two conflicting priorities that had the same deadline, how would you tackle this issue?

I think future questions will be more focused around giving examples of a time that you have demonstrated our values. E.g. give us an example of when you did the right thing.

Graduate, Corporate Development at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Assistant Director, Real Estate Finance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Don't apply if you want a sophisticated bank with strong systems and can do approach.

Interview Advice:

Remain customer focused at all times.

Graduate, Leveraged Finance at RBS
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Application Advice:

Logic is hard. Do some preparation for that.

Interview Advice:

You need to know well about the company and the program you are applying for. Speak more in AC.

Graduate Trainee-Risk, Risk at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be open minded. The program gives you numerous rotations to different areas within Corporate Banking and to get the most out of it I believe you should be willing to learn and perhaps try areas that you may initially not think of.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you are confident in what you say and how you come across. Interviewers are not only looking for people who are competent but also who can engage with others and build business relationships.

Corporate Banking Graduate, Hotels & Leisure Commercial at RBS
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Application Advice:

Apply early and look online at the company values. Ensure your answers cover these.

Interview Advice:

Look online at the values of the company, and be sure to demonstrate this in what you say.

Assistant Director, Structured Lending, Coutts at RBS
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Application Advice:

Be honest. Identify in yourself areas for improvement and expand on this by explaining how you have a keen interest in developing yourself to begin a long career with the bank. The bank will invest in you and give you the tools to build your career, they just need to see that you are someone who will take full advantage.

Do not be afraid to confront the difficulties the bank has faced. RBS is trying to change for the better and they need people who are fully aware of past failings to ensure we do not make the mistakes again.

Interview Advice:

If you don't know something, say so. They will see through you if you try to blag it, instead ask questions and try to learn whilst you're there. Take notes. Ask plenty of questions around career development. Look up the bank's visions for 2020 and relate it to your own personal values.

Assistant, Commercial Banking Grad Scheme at RBS
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Application Advice:

Ensure you list your skills and relate these to experience and real examples.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, be up front if you don't understand something, be keen and show your are a team player.

Graduate Relationship Manager, Commercial BAnking at RBS
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Application Advice:

Passion is very important, ability to adapt to new situations and still make decisions quickly. You will have full ownership of your role from moment one, so confidence is crucial.

Interview Advice:

Have RB and FMCG knowledge, passion, drive and motivation. Ready for new challenges.

National Account Executive, Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Apply and see what we are like. You might love us, or hate us, but you have nothing to lose. In the end, you'll come around to realise it's a fantastic company and organisation.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and honest, be confident and look to shine. Rb is about being yourself, ambitious and quick on your feet.

Sales Analyst, Global Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Prepare yourself to have to learn a lot, often teaching yourself, in a short amount of time.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and be friendly. RB wants to choose candidates that they can see themselves working with.

Finance Graduate Trainee, Sales Finance at RB
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Application Advice:

Show why RB should hire you, how you can contribute to a company with such a strong culture based around overperformance and drive for results. Provide examples of situations where you demonstrated you own RB values.

Marketing Executive – Air Wick, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

Candidates must be:

- Driven
- Adaptable
- Open to change
- Organised
- Take the initiative
- Push the boundaries

Interview Advice:

- More of a character analysis
- They aren't looking for the finished product - Just the characteristics that could help make you successful in the business and industry as a whole.
- Be passionate
- Do your research (don't get caught out on brands

Graduate Territory Manager, Field Sales (TM) at RB
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Application Advice:

Know the core values of the company. Work experience is key!

Interview Advice:

Confidence and show the ability to overcome challenges.

Territory Manager, at RB
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Application Advice:

Think about if you fit with the culture of the company. Be confident.

Interview Advice:

Plan to demonstrate how you can show the core values.

, Sales and Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

Show passion & enthusiasm

, Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

- Ensure you do a lot of research on the company culture to ensure you are fit for the company

Interview Advice:

- Ensure you read financial statements and know the business very well. Previous commercial experience is useful

Marketing Executive, at RB
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Application Advice:

Be results oriented. RB is looking for people who like achieving and overachieving. Make sure you have this coming thorughout your CV

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate passion and resilience

Marketing & Sales Graduate, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

Always show your desire and motivation to work within the FMCG sector, for this particular company and in that specific role.

Interview Advice:

RB has a very unique culture - people are bold, results driven and aggressive. Be ready to get challenged on your ideas and also challenge other people's ideas.

Finance Graduate, Finance at RB
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Application Advice:

Show that you're adaptable, creative, take initiative.

Need to have thick skin and not be afraid of standing up for yourself if you believe it's right.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and relaxed, be yourself. Most importantly be confident.

Go in prepared knowing about the company and why you want to work there and where you want to be in the future.

Finance Graduate, at RB
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Application Advice:

-Show your passion and ability to adapt and be flexible
-Show your innovative and entrepreneurial spirit
-Challenge the status quo

Marketing Exec, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

DO IT!
I cannot imagine anyone coming out of university and getting as much exposure, responsibility and steep learning curves, in any other company versus what I have experienced in RB. If given the opportunity to change my decision, I would do it all again!

Interview Advice:

Know the core values, and ensure you incorporate these in every possible opportunity throughout the interview.
Ensure you are aware of the RB culture before your interview - this is key not only for the interview, but when you enter the office. Our culture is unique and you must be fully aware and ensure it is the right culture fit for you.
Answer each question in SMARTS, it ensure you covers all points and allows the interviewer to know your thought process and logic in different scenarios.
Most of all, try to ensure you remember to bring your personality too. RB is a fun place to work, so we need fun people.

Global sales analyst, Global Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Look a great deal into RB before applying, make sure you feel as if you will fit within the company ethos and you will enjoy working within the values

Interview Advice:

Be happy to question the interviewer

Show what you're about, personally and professionally

Try and show you're the sort of person that fits in with the key values

Make sure you know about the brands!

Supply Graduate, Finance at RB
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Application Advice:

- be adaptable
- be flexible
- accept that decisions will be made with your best interests at heart even if it appears challenging.

Interview Advice:

- if you were a brand what would you be.
- Why RB?
- Demonstrate that you can influence and push back on people and push forward your ideas.

Territory Manager, Field Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you are up to date with key commercial issues and proof read your applications multiple times. Ensure it is tailored to the firm specifically.

Trainee Solcitor, Real Estate Finance at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

There are lots of law firms out there, so the first thing to help yourself would be to narrow down exactly what you want from your training contract, and your career as a whole. Try and go to events to meet people working there currently, as it gives you a really good sense of whether you'd fit in or not. Remember that you'll be spending a lot of time in the office sometimes, so the office culture is really important.

Interview Advice:

Be really on top of the big deals or issues in the financial world. Don't leave this sort of preparation until the day before the interview - give yourself time to accumulate knowledge. The assessment days can also be quite tiring, as you can have three interviews in a row, all testing different skills, so make sure you are well rested.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

I would advise them to show an interest in our global platform - the firm likes candidates with an international background and a keen interest in travel.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself!

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Focus on why HSF are different:
The twin powerhouse of corporate and disputes. The history of corporate clients instead of banks. The drive to expand worldwide. Their continued committment to a significant quantity of pro bono work.
You need to show you've done your homework to differentiate yourself from the thousands of candidates copying and pasting their applications from a dozen other law firms.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Cliched but true. The people interviewing you are the people who run the firm. If you cannot get on with them for one hour then you certainty won't be able to when you've been up for over 24 hours.

Trainee, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and really do your research on the firm - know why you want to be a part of it.

Interview Advice:

You will have to prepare a presentation based on a case you are given on the day - try to think commercially, you are required to spot the issues, not necessary solve them.

Trainee Solicitor, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be pro-active: research the firm, business news, and be enthusiastic about things you are proud to have achieved.

Interview Advice:

Case study, group exercise, competency questions

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Obvious points - such as attention to detail.

Try to convey teamwork / leadership / personality / commerciality / creativity / problem solving in your responses - it's not a long form so you have to get those across on the work experience sections as well as the question response.

Interview Advice:

I found getting into the right mind set for doing an interview was key. Learn about likely questions that might come up, and imagine yourself answering those questions. Then when they come up, you don't sit there and try to think up a response off the cuff, it just flows.

You'll come across much better that way.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Work hard to get top grades! Try to acquire a range of business work experience, even if you can't get any informal legal work experience.

Interview Advice:

Have an awareness what is going on in the City. If you are a non-lawyer your interview questions will be tailored to reflect this.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be commercially aware.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be as passionate and interested as possible, nobody wants to work with some who is apathetic.

Interview Advice:

Do not overcompensate and come across as too intense or highly strung, just relax and be your competent-self.

Trainee Solicitor, International Arbitration at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Do your research into the firm so that you are aware of the firms specialities.

Interview Advice:

Research a case study.
Practise case study interviews and group assessments if possible.
Be relaxed and yourself.

Trainee, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Research the firm's values on the website and be enthusiastic in the interview.

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic and show that you will stick with law - HSF's trainee retention rate is extremely high and those who qualify with the firm often stay for many years.

Trainee Solicitor, Intellectual Property at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Avoid generic answers to competency questions etc. these will get picked up, if you can't think of a tailored answer to the 'why law, why this firm etc' questions, then you haven't given it enough thought/it is not right for you.

Interview Advice:

know your application well and mention when you are referring to it. You should always assume your interviewer knows what you have written on it, so be prepared to expand.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

RB expect resiliant people who will not be phased when things are challenged. Things are always challenged and you are expected to give your everything with very little in the way of recognition.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you stand up for yourself in interviews - they are looking for stong minded people who will not agree all the time.
Work on your commercial accumin as they will expect you to demonstrate the growth opportunities/financial rationale behind decisions.

Sales and Marketing Graduate, at RB
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Application Advice:

Seek to have as much experience and insight as possible in order to start the job with your eyes open, be engaged and enthusiastic, and plan ahead to maximise your chance of success.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be clear and concise, target the information that is relevant but don't leave out past experiences that might show you have the cultural fit.

Interview Advice:

Relate your work experience to each of the roles you will have in the programme and how that will help you deliver. Trade Marketing (analytical skills, show strategic thinking), Field Sales (Negotiation skills), National Accounts (Presentation skills, P&L analysis)
Prove that you've been proactive and shown motivation and passion in the past.
Talk about experiences in teams and how you have overcome obstacles.
Talk about cultural fit and you ability to adapt to different situations.

Graduate – Sales only Programme, Trade Marketing / Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

To make sure that you have read through the company culture as it is unique to other companies

Marketing Executive, at RB
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the firm and commercial law in general.
Have a clear idea of why you want the job.

Interview Advice:

Why commercial law?
Why Herbert Smith Freehills specifically?
What sets HSF apart from the other top law firms?

Trainee Solicitor, International Arbitration at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Take the application seriously and ensure there are no typos and you refer to the correct law firm in your applciation!

Interview Advice:

Ensure you're up to date with recent commercial news.

Trainee Solicitor, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

- Culture fit is very important so do your research on the company and figure out if the core values suit your personality and what you're looking for.

- Bring real life examples to the interview.

- Understand the workings of a P&L.

, at RB
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Application Advice:

If you can show an entrepreneurial spirit and live examples of step changing projects this would be an advantage.

Interview Advice:

Show passion, drive and perseverance.

Marketing Graduate, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

Need to be able to work hard and remain enthusiastic, despite being faced with tasks that can appear menial.

Interview Advice:

Give specific reasons why you are interested in HSF, rather than the legal sector as a whole - research on the firm's USP(s) is key.

Trainee solicitor, London/Singapore Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

You need to be smart, sharp. And friendly. They employ nice, clever people - it's a great working atmosphere.

Interview Advice:

Think carefully before you speak. Come across as measured and intelligent. Be as friendly and warm as possible.

Trainee, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be informed about the company business and brands, but especially understand its culture and way of working, in order to decide if it suits your abilities and personality.

Interview Advice:

At the interview it is important to show entrepreneurship and initiative.
RB looks for young people who want to be challenged and empowered to deliver outstanding results. Therefore, at the interview you need to show why you would be perfect for RB.

Sales Executive, Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Be honest on your CV.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be open to whatever comes your way, remember that there is a reason for each rotation and there is lots to be learned from each rotation which will enhance your understanding of the business by having explored various departments.

Sales Graduate, Sales at RB
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Application Advice:

Research the firm well. Develop your commercial awareness.

Interview Advice:

Don't rush into answers, speak clearly.

Trainee Solicitor, Litigation/LL3 at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Proofread. Lots.

Interview Advice:

Don't just go in explaining why you're good - explain why you're good at something, why that made you want to be a lawyer, and why it will make you good at being a lawyer.

It never hurts to drop in that you're particularly interested in litigation, but that as HSF is oh so strong in other areas (and so on).

Trainee Solicitor, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Try to go to a recruitment event before filling out the form. They help give a better picture of the sort of projects the firm works on and it's a good chance to meet associates and partners.

Interview Advice:

Try and be inclusive in a group interview scenario. Think logically when doing any analysis of a legal document (e.g. a contract).

Trainee, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Candidates are expected to have previous legal work experience and a good knowledge of current affairs.

Interview Advice:

The interview is a day long workshop involving group exercises, a case study and personal interview. There is not necessarily a correct answer as long as you can show your thought process and support your argument.

Trainee, Finance at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

The role is demanding, like most trainee roles in City law firms/The City in general, so be prepared for this. I believe it's also important to feel you fit in wherever you go, so attending one of the open days/vacation schemes if at all possible is definitely recommended. Otherwise generally being keen and interested in the legal industry/business as well as the law itself will stand you in good stead.

Interview Advice:

Making friends with the other applicants on the assessment day will both help you relax, and also help you in the group exercise!

Trainee Solicitor, Disputes at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Work on your commercial awareness from as early a stage as possible and research the firm well.

Interview Advice:

Be sincere and have humility.

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Emphasis on firm's pan-asia capability

Find something unique about the firm and how that reflects you as a person

Interview Advice:

Time management on case study

Funnest assessment centre I went to

Trainee, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Learn as much as possible about what the job of a solicitor involves in order to make sure this is what interests you.

Interview Advice:

Most important thing - confidence. You don't need to be arrogant or "know it all" but it is important that you can express yourself well, answer the question asked without too much hesitation and generally give the impression that you know why you want this job. It is good to know what city law firms do and have some commercial awareness of what is happening on the market (especially in the sector that interests you).

Trainee Solicitor, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

You should enjoy reading.

Interview Advice:

Show commercial awareness, show that you're enthusiastic and interested in learning.

Graduate Solicitor (Australia), at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

Be honest, energetic, and upbeat - RB likes energy.

Interview Advice:

Again, be confident and full of ideas.

Marketing Executive, Sales and Marketing at RB
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Interview Advice:

Be prepared to show your business awareness as well as legal skills in interview.

Trainee Solicitor, Employment at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

You will first need to understand whether the company culture is right for you. It is not a HR campaign, RB really looks for driven people who want to walk the extra mile to outperform. You need to be exceptionally driven and good at managing stress and time pressure. Make sure the company values are covered in your application through real life examples.

Interview Advice:

You need to show analytical mindset, ability of making decisions in a quick (but justified) way.

Marketing graduate, at RB
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Application Advice:

Consider whether commercial law really is for you (read up on legal press, financial press, etc.) and be prepared for a lot of documents, some late nights, some hard work. (It is worth it though!)

Interview Advice:

Be interested and interesting. Have questions to ask and don't hold back from asking them.

The interviews are full and challenging, but having a whole day (rather than a single interview) does give you a greater chance to shine.

Trainee Solicitor, Disputes at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

There are lots of advantages to being thrown in at the deep end and you will learn a lot.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you understand what the company does and some background on some of the key brands.

Commercial Graduate, Graduate at RB
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Application Advice:

Go on the vacation scheme. It's a great insight into the firm and life of a trainee in general.

Trainee, at Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
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Application Advice:

You need to be determined to succeed here.

Interview Advice:

Need strong grasp of maths/financials.
Need to be able to deal with conflict.
Ensure you can back up your answers with rationale.

Brand Manager, Marketing at RB
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Application Advice:

It's a great organisation to be apart of, if you want to really go out and perform without being stuck behind the red tape which you would associate with large companies, RB (Reckitt Benckiser) is the place for you. If however you want a "comfortable" job where your not going to be pushed and pressured and given the chance to really show what your about, RB may not be the place for you.

Interview Advice:

The interview/assessment centre is an opportunitiy for you to demonstrate you can fit into the organisation. Learn what the core values of the organisation is and if they match your personal values this is the place for you- RB really lives by its values. The work life can be a pressured place to be so interviewers like to know what you like to do outside of work- get to know who YOU are.

Logistics Project Manager, Supply Chain- Health at RB
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Application Advice:

Understand the core values and express how you share the values in your covering letter. Highlight any experience you have as well as extra curricular activities that show leadership roles in particular.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a wide variety of different tasks with a focus on leadership and teamwork. Put 100% effort in throughout and be positive about your decisions and make yourself seen.

Supply Chain Graduate, at RB
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Application Advice:

Be honest and fully transparent.
Put emphasis on your resume on activities that have demonstrated the following qualities from you : entrepreneurship, achievement, partnership, ownership.
At least one leadership example as well.

Interview Advice:

Where do you see yourself in 5, 10 years time.
Have a strong idea of what you want to do !
Do stand your ground but again be honest if you don't know.

Assessment centre :
Be creative and constantly part of the solution and NOT part of the problem
Focus on speed of action and expect to be challenged during the assessment centre.

Supply Graduate, Operations at RB
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Application Advice:

Read about the company and culture - decide if you would fit in before applying.

Interview Advice:

Keep the core values in mind, and keep calm at the assessment centre.

Area Team Leader, Nurofen at RB
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Application Advice:

Apologies for the cliches, but this is a very-fast moving company that looks for people who think outside the box and go-the-extra mile without being told to do so. Before you apply think carefully about the experiences and work you have done to date and make sure you can discuss them in relationship to the core values of the company.

If you have the required level of technical ability (science or engineering degree to a 2:1 level when i applied) then the most important thing is your fit with the company.

Be confident in your abilities but don't lie about your skills as these will be very quickly exposed during the assessment centre. Make sure you research the company so you know what we're about and be prepared to work with people and solve challenging problems on the fly.

Interview Advice:

The most important part of the process is the assessment centre - be yourself, be confident and be prepared to be challenged.

Project Engineer, Fine Chemical Plant at RB
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Application Advice:

Gain as much work experience as possible in different areas of business.

Interview Advice:

Aim high, be very confident, be ready to deal with pressure and stressful situations.

Supply Chain Management Graduate, Quality at RB
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Application Advice:

As RB is a global company, highlight any international experience in your application. Include examples from your extra-curricular activities and work experience where you have demonstrated the company's core values.

Interview Advice:

Don't be afraid to be assertive during the assessment centre and remember that you will be challenged so be resilient.

su, Healthcare Supply at RB
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Application Advice:

Live by the company core values.

Supply Graduate, Supply at RB
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know that the role is right for you by speaking to current graduates and fully understand where you want to be, focus on how you will make a difference and drive the business forward.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and passionate, offer ideas and your views.

Supply Graduate, Project Engineering at RB
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Application Advice:

Having previous work experience is a big advantage, especially from a large national or international company. This is not essential but a person with this experience generally stands out at every stage of the application process.

Interview Advice:

Let your personality shine through. Joining Reckitt Benckiser is not about your academic achievements or your ability to learn facts and figures. It is about having the confidence to use this knowledge as a building block to adapt, learn and lead in a variety of different situations. The company is full of very strong personalities and so you will need to demonstrate in the interview that you are capable and confident enough to step up and make people listen, even in challenging situations.

Supply Graduate, at RB
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