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Why Choose an Apprenticeship with Experian?
- Earn While You Learn
- Gain a Professional Qualification
- Study without the fees
- Excellent Progression opportunities
- Make new friends
- Become more confident
Kicking off your career at Experian with an Apprenticeship is a great way to get a head start in the field you want to work in. Apprenticeships enable you to start working and earn a decent wage while you learn key skills and gain the qualifications that we need our future leaders to have. On completion of your Apprenticeship, you will have a clear career pathway to enable you to reach your potential. All you need to bring is your drive and ambition.
Experian typically run Apprenticeships across the following disciplines:
- Project Management
- IT Operations
- Business and Administration
- Customer Service
Hear from some of our current Apprentices:
Sarah Elvin, Business Administration Apprentice
I chose to go down the route of a Level 4 apprenticeship as an alternative to university after completing my A Levels. I was delighted to be offered a place on the scheme with such a large, well-known organisation who were offering to fund a professional qualification alongside gaining valuable work experience! I have achieved a lot during my two years here and have grown much more confident in myself. It has also been a huge learning curve for me – working for a global company on a daily basis and learning how to deal with different types of situations and different personalities all within a business environment. A highlight of mine was when I received the opportunity to progress to work in Human Resources, as it reminds me of how far I have come within a short space of time and how I am a different person now to when I first joined Experian (positively different – of course!).
Neave Anwar-Wright, Finance Apprentice
I wanted to do an apprenticeship after college with a large, multinational company where I could see that there were a lot of future opportunities. The rotation element of the 2 year scheme meant that I would be able to see a number of different areas of the business and grow my network.