Apply for Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Programme 2018

Standard Chartered Bank Nigeria offers a wide range of products and services in Retail, Wealth Management, Commercial, Corporate and Institutional, Private and Transaction Banking business. The Bank also Attracts talented individuals and give them the benefits of their experience, Now a programme that will impact the life of young graduates has been created i.e the Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Programme.

Apply for Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Programme 2018

In this article you will find all that is needed to know concerning the Programme and how you can become a participant and the basic requirements needed.

Currently, Standard Chartered Bank is recruiting to for International Graduate Programme – Global Banking and Corporate Finance, and Below is the Requirement.

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Apply for Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Programme 2018

  • Requirement/Eligibility

As a matter of fact, the institution does not mind which university you attended, your grades, or what subject you studied, you just need to have completed an undergraduate level degree to apply to a Graduate job.

You must also have the permanent legal right to work in the country to which you are applying. That means you do not need the Bank to apply for a work permit or visa, and that you are able to stay and work indefinitely in that country.

Note the following:

  • Only One Application is required per Individual.
  • Check you Application before you hit the Submit Button to Avoid Applying again.
  • Any Subsequent Application Will be deleted.

How to Apply

If you are interested and Qualified for the Programme, Click on the Link Below to apply.

Click here to apply

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