IT Graduate Programme – FAQs

What do I need to be eligible for the scheme?

You need at least a 2:1 degree or equivalent in any STEM related subject (achieved or expected).

When does the Graduate Programme start and how long does it last?

This programme will start in September 2019. You will join a two-year rotational programme; you’ll get the best grounding possible into our business. There are five core areas: Portfolio management, IT engineering, IT security, IT architecture & service delivery. You will also have the opportunity to present your ideas to a member of the TUI board as part of a cross-functional graduate project.

Is there a deadline for applications?

Though we do not have a conclusive closing date, we encourage prospective candidates to apply as soon as possible.

Will I be given feedback if my application is unsuccessful?

Unfortunately due to the high number of applications we receive, we are not able to provide feedback to unsuccessful candidates after application screening, the video introduction, online assessment and telephone interview stage. However, we will provide individual feedback to all candidates who attend one of our assessment centres.

Where will I be based?

IT graduates will be required to work at our head office in Luton (Wigmore House)

What support will I get during my scheme?

We’ll support you in your personal and professional development to ensure you’re equipped to reach your potential. You’ll have access to a number of training courses which will equip you with IT specific skills and capabilities, in the past these have included: ITIL, BCS Business Analysis, PRINCE2/APM, Comptia Security+. Furthermore, you’ll have Support network of past graduate buddies, line management and senior management mentoring.

What happens when the Graduate Programme is over?

Our objective is to develop future graduates for roles in TUI Group. Assuming that you receive excellent feedback from your assignments, there will be many opportunities open to you upon completion of the programme. The personal network you established will be beneficial in finding a suitable role within the business and you will get support in your job search.

At the end of the programme, previous graduates have taken permanent roles within Portfolio management, IT engineering, IT security, IT architecture & service delivery.