JP Morgan has origins dating back to 1799 and its roots in Europe date back to 1838. It is an American multinational banking and financial services holding company. According to Forbes magazine it is the world's third largest public company based on a composite ranking. The firm has assets of $2.2 trillion, employs more than 70,000 people globally, and has offices in more than 50 countries. J.P. Morgan & Co merged with Chase Manhattan Corporation in 2000.
JP Morgan seeks graduates who work well in a team and have the potential to become future leaders. Graduates must be ambitious, driven and highly creative. As well as an exceptional academic record, potential graduate employees must demonstrate a commitment to extracurricular activities.
JP Morgan offers programmes lasting up to 3 years in the following areas:
- Corporate Affairs
- Global Investment Management
- Global Wealth Management
- Investment Banking
- Investor Services
- Quantitative Research
- Sales, Trading & Research
- Treasury Services
JP Morgan adopts a flexible approach and tailor the programmes to provide training and development for different individual roles. The company implements a ‘buddy’ scheme pairing new graduates with those currently enrolled on a programme. Buddies provide advice, support and help settling in. There is also the opportunity to join the graduate team which offers the opportunity to participate in informal events, presentations, activities and charity projects.
- Number of Graduate Vacancies per Year:
- Applicants per Place:
- Location of Vacancies:
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- Minimum Educational Requirements:
- 2:1 in any degree discipline for most roles. 2:1 in technical discipline for Technology roles.
- Internships Offered:
- Application Deadline:
- Sunday, 27th November 2016
Graduate Employer League Tables
- Overall Intake: 90 (18th)
- Financial & insurance: 90 (2nd)
- Science, research, engineering & technology professionals: 60 (9th)
- Business, media & public service professionals: 20 (22nd)
- Corporate managers & directors: 10 (16th)
- Teaching & educational professionals: Fewer than 5 (120th)