Summer placement programme

We offer students the opportunity to apply for a summer internship– whilst it’s not a pre-requisite to gaining a Graduate training position within the firm, we do strongly encourage people who are considering applying to join our Graduate Programme to apply for a summer internship the year before they apply. jigsaw pieces

Why? The internship will give you a feel for and an understanding of the type of work, environment and the people you will be working with during the graduate programme.

Our internships usually last between 2 and 4 weeks, normally this takes place between June and September each year in our Glasgow office, although we can be flexible with timescales – discussed at your internship interview.

Summer internships are paid and you will receive an induction on your first day covering general firm information, housekeeping, IT training and guidance on how to get the most out of your internship. We operate a ‘Buddy System’ within your team, this person will ensure you settle in and will be available to answer any queries you may have throughout your time with us.

We accept applications from those eligible to commence Summer Internship at any point throughout the year and are keen to hear from you should you be interested in speaking to us about our internships.

At the end of your Summer Internship we will discuss your experience, what you learned, what you contributed and what you got from us during the placement. We will also provide you with feedback and an indication on whether or not you could be offered a training contract to join our Graduate Recruitment programme the following year.

To apply please contact Rebecca Fox, HR Manager, with your CV and covering letter preferably by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Equality and diversity

As a company we are committed to ensuring that all employees and job applicants are treated fairly and equally throughout their employment including: during recruitment and selection; training and development; and transfers and promotions, based solely on their merit, skills and experience.