A career with a leading global travel group can open up a world of opportunities. Join us at TUI GROUP and you’ll be part of one of the world’s leading leisure travel groups, operating in over 180 countries and 31 markets, with more than 220 brands and over 30 million customers.

Voted by the graduates we surveyed as the best graduate employer to work for in the hospitality, leisure and tourism (smaller intake), TUI group offer exceptional global opportunities for their graduates. With an overall rating of 4.1/5, TUI score particularly high for colleagues (4.3/5), enjoyment (4.3/5) and environmental awareness (4.3/5). 

1. The Best and Worst things about working for TUI Group

Best: The numerous opportunities in different department, companies and countries. Working in a fast-paced environment. Customer focus.

Worst: Long Hours. 

Concept Manager, Concept Management at TUI Group


Best: Happy company/environment to work in. Good internal recruitment. I like working for the market leader. Job – a very open role with wide range of responsibilities. 

Worst: So large that quick technical/IT change is not easy

Senior Commercial manager, Ancillaries at TUI Group


Best: The TUI International Leadership Graduate Programme is a great opportunity to experience working in different departments and markets, which helps you to decide where you’d like to get a permanent role. Other highlights – career opportunities, international environment, travelling and inspiring colleagues.

Worst: I can’t think of any!

International Graduate, at TUI Group


2. Average Working Hours

 9.00am – 6.00pm


3. Average Graduate Salary

 £27,000 – £29,000


4. Interview Tips

Application Advice: Apply only if you are highly interested in staying with the company and in challenging yourself for the next 18 months.

Interview Advice: Be yourself! You have to fit inside the company values to be able to enter!

International Graduate, International Graduate Leadership Programme at TUI Group


Application Advice: Would definitely be beneficial if you are passionate about travel as well as the opportunity in front of you. Do your research and show that you are able to flourish in an international environment. Make sure that the TUI culture is one that you could see yourself in.

Interview Advice: Relax and try to have some fun with it.

International Leadership Graduate, Group at TUI Group


Application Advice: Only apply if you are passionate about holidays and or enjoy travelling yourself. There are great holiday benefits and conferences held abroad etc. Bear in mind the vast size of the company and that although we send people on great holidays with their family, we are also a competitive business with shareholders to satisfy so it is a very commercial environment.

Interview Advice: Look up the TUI values, be passionate about travel and be a confident, open person.

Senior Commercial Manager, Ancillaries at TUI Group

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