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At Grant Thornton, we unlock the potential for growth in our people.
Our culture ignites and fosters high performance. We’re passionate about our clients’ success – and we care deeply about our work and each other. We’re committed to making a difference to our people, our clients, the markets we work in and the communities we live in.
Why choose Grant Thornton?
For school leavers and graduates, Grant Thornton is a firm where you can derive meaning, challenge and opportunity from the work you do. We want you to become the best you can be. You’ll be actively encouraged to develop your skills, working with our transformational leaders and engaging in Grant Thornton’s learning and development programmes. You’ll gain exposure to multiple clients, experience fresh approaches and be actively encouraged to progress your career.
School Leaver & Graduate (Associate) Training Programmes
Training takes between 3 and 5 years – the time you'll typically need to complete the exams and the practical experience required to achieve your professional qualification.
It's certainly a challenging experience but it's also a rewarding one. Once you've completed your exams you'll have a valuable qualification and you will be ready to take on ever-greater responsibilities within our teams. Choosing between the different qualifications can seem daunting at first, but don't worry too much at this stage, as our People & Culture team will be able to assist you in finding the right route.
No matter which route you follow, you are sure to have the best possible support at Grant Thornton. Not only will everyone in your team be ready to share the benefit of their knowledge and experience, you'll also have best-in-class training resources at your disposal.
We will fully support you during your studies, from paid study leave and examination time to funding all the necessary formal tuition (provided by external specialists) needed to enable you to become qualified in your chosen field of expertise. In addition, we will provide you with both on-the-job and structured learning and development, with experienced team members delivering coaching, mentoring and training.
To find out more about what it’s like to work at Grant Thornton check out our ‘Life at Grant Thornton’ page, connect with us on social media or contact the People & Culture team via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in starting a career with Grant Thornton?
If you’re interested in joining Grant Thornton, check out ‘The Application & Selection Process’ page.