Actuarial Graduate Development Programme
This two-year programme is for you if you want a specialist career at the heart of the UK economy. As part of our Insurance Supervision team, you’ll build the skills and experience to protect insurance firms and their policyholders – while benefitting from a real focus on your personal and professional development.
Gaining broad exposure to either the life or general insurance industry, you’ll deliver work that makes the firms we regulate safer and sounder. You’ll learn how to assess the risks they face, and how to advise them on anything from changing demographics and lengthening life spans to new regulations and the likelihood of a natural disaster. Day to day, you’ll be carrying out research and analysis within your risk-specific specialism, meeting with senior clients, preparing succinct reports and making persuasive recommendations.
How you’ll develop
Tailored training and plenty of access to our leading experts will help you develop personal and business skills as well as technical know-how. We’ll also introduce you to the wider work of the Bank and support you through your professional studies with study leave and funding for course materials, tutorials and exam fees.
Who we’re looking for
You’ll need a 2:1 in any subject plus at least 300 UCAS points from three A-levels or equivalent (excluding General Studies). Strong analytical skills are vital too, as you’ll be working with data sources and modelling tools. And of course you’ll need to be a quick learner who has plenty of initiative and drive.
If you want to see the impact of the Bank of England’s work, just look around you. As the central bank of the United Kingdom, we ensure monetary and economic stability for the UK’s economy. This means that the decisions we make shape tomorrow for everyone in the UK. The same goes for the work you’ll be involved in. So get ready to influence work that matters more – and discover where it could take you.
To find out more about the opportunities and the areas you could work in, please click the 'Apply' button.