- 1. Please give an overview of the virtual experience and what was involved on a day-to-day basis.
- 2. Have you learnt any new skills or developed existing skills?
- How would you rate the training provided during your experience?
- How would you rate the knowledge learned around industry-specific skills during the experience?
- How would you rate the knowledge learned around personal or professional skills during the experience?
- Please rate how the knowledge learned has helped you with regards to your career development
- 3. What was it like understanding all about the business and potential roles available?
- Please rate how insightful you found the virtual experience
- How would you rate the structure of the virtual experience
- How would you rate business leader involvement during the virtual experience
- 4. What was the company culture and general atmosphere like?
- How would you rate the inclusiveness of the culture?
- How would you rate the networking opportunities?
- Please rate how valued you felt during your virtual experience?
- 5. To what extent did you enjoy the virtual experience?
- Please rate your level of enjoyment on the virtual experience
- Please rate how your experience met your expectations
- Please rate the future employment prospects at Bank of England
- 7. Would you recommend Bank of England to a friend?
- 8. What tips or advice would you give to others applying to Bank of England
An Insight in Bank of England an its various divisions, as well as a focus on the abundant diversity networks available at the organisation and everything BoE does to support them.
This event improved my confidence and ability to network as we were put into break out rooms to get to know peers while discussing life at the bank with graduates.
There was a really useful insight into what options there were in terms of routes to take into the bank, as well as insight into which areas one could specialise in once you are there. However, they made it clear for a lot of routes that specialisation would occur later in the application/ role.
It was extremely clear throughout from everyone who represented the Bank that the culture was very friendly and accepting. It was mentioned on numerous occasions that there are scarcely any occasions when employees are required to work excessive hours.
I really enjoyed it.
It is clear people working at the bank are there to be apart of an institution that makes a real positive impact on society via the economy and beyond, so I would advise applicants to be motivated and passionate about this. Also do not feel intimidated everyone is super lovely.