It’s no secret that Tesco is one of Britain’s greatest success stories. We’re the world’s third-largest retailer, with more than 6,200 stores and almost 520,000 employees. What you might not know is that Tesco is a company of innovators. We’re making life that little bit easier for our customers, developing everything from apps to online platforms, so people can shop with us anywhere, any time and in any way.
Our graduates are the future leaders of our business. So wherever you join us — and there’s quite a choice — we’ll make every effort to invest in and prepare you for the many challenges that lie ahead. We’ll open you up to early responsibility because we believe the best way to learn is by doing. And we’ll give you all the breadth you need to explore your potential, as well as a competitive pay and benefits package.
We have 15 different graduate entry programmes across the globe — from property and stores to finance to marketing. Together, they bring hundreds of hungry new minds into our business. Over the course of the programme you’ll get to grips with the complexities of our business and develop the core skills that will prepare you for a bright future ahead.
All graduates have a combination of classroom training, placements in stores and on the job training where they’ll get to work on real projects that help them to understand our business and how we deliver for our customers.
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- Minimum Educational Requirements:
- 2:1 in any discipline and between 300 and 320 UCAS points, depending on the programme.
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Graduate Employer League Tables
- Overall Intake: 75 (22nd)
- East of England: 25 (3rd)
- London: 10 (53rd)
- Scotland: 10 (31st)
- South East: 5 (54th)
- North West: 5 (44th)
- West Midlands: 5 (30th)
- Yorkshire and the Humber: 5 (30th)
- North East: 5 (16th)
- Wales: 5 (12th)
- East Midlands: Fewer than 5 (77th)
- Northern Ireland: Fewer than 5 (47th)
- Corporate managers & directors: 30 (6th)
- Science, research, engineering & technology professionals: 20 (44th)
- Business, media & public service professionals: 10 (59th)
- Health professionals: 5 (17th)
- Other managers & proprietors: 5 (15th)
- Culture, media & sports occupations: 5 (15th)
- Protective service occupations: Fewer than 5 (36th)