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Opportunities at Lloyds Banking Group for Graduates and Interns

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Lloyds Banking Group supports 1.25 million businesses and more than 25 million customers in communities across the UK through iconic brands such as Lloyds Bank, Halifax, Bank of Scotland and Scottish Widows. Innovation is at the heart of our journey to be the bank of the future, and as the largest provider of digital financial products in the UK, we now meet over 60 percent of customers’ banking needs digitally.

As a FTSE 100 organisation with this kind of scale – and with 320 years of history – we believe we’re a great place for you to develop your career. So, whether you’re exploring graduate or internship opportunities, discover how we can help you embrace your passions, see where your strengths lie, and make an impact in your own way.

Graduate Leadership Programme

Discover strengths you never knew you had, and opportunities you never knew existed!

Find out more about this exciting Graduate Leadership Progrmme


A paid internship with Lloyds Banking Group is a great way to set the foundations for a career that matters, before you’ve even finished university. With many programmes to choose from, you’ll have every chance to explore your interests, and discover new ones.

Find out more about this exciting Internship Programme

Further information:

Lloyds Banking Group - Disabiity Support (further information)

Lloyds Banking Group - Disability Awareness (video)

Lloyds Banking Group - Nina's Story (video)

Lloyds Banking Group - Louis' Story (video)

5 Top Tips from an existing LBG graduate - Tips

More Top Application and Career Tips - Tips

Application guidelines - here

Making career choices - here

Experiences and Discoveries - here

Living with Dyslexia - here

Being Employable - what does it really mean? - here

Nina and Karen - facing an eating disorder - here

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Louis Jameson, Group Disability Programme Lloyds Banking Group