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We take on around 160 Graduates a year from all over the world, who all start out gaining exposure to different projects and sectors as Analysts across the business – the majority in our Global Advisory team. After that, the sky's the limit.

Specifically, you'll be getting involved in day-to-day work such as creating content for pitch books, developing bespoke financial models, applying valuation techniques such as discounted cash flows and trading/transaction comps analysis, and coordinating the transaction process. All alongside senior colleagues who will mentor you to develop at a pace that suits you.


The purpose of our Graduate programmes is to develop our leaders of tomorrow – and to give university leavers the kind of connections that will set them up for the rest of their careers. That starts with bringing together the entire Graduate intake in London before they join their new teams so they can build their networks even before they start.

Training and development

You will kick off your career with our six-week Global Graduate Training Programme alongside around 160 other Graduate starters from all over the world. Training in finance is a provided, and you will also learn skills such as communication, personal effectiveness, leading others and managing a team as you tackle tasks and group exercises. As your career progresses, your training will become more tailored to your personal development goals, with a mix of in-house and external courses, coaching and on-the-job learning experiences.

What we look for

The more diverse our team, the more ideas we can bring to the table. That's why we look for and value a wide mix of people from different backgrounds, universities and degree disciplines. There are some fundamental attributes we look for, however, such as:

Good communication skills

Drive and ambition

Sound judgment


Executional excellence


Being comfortable with numbers

Our top tips

Polish your CV

Your CV tells us who you are before we have the chance to meet you. To make the best impression, keep formatting simple with clear fonts and bullet points to make the content easier to read. One page is ideal; two is the maximum. Highlight your main achievements and don't be afraid to explain any gaps up front!

Prepare prepare prepare

A successful job interview takes preparation. Make sure you've taken the time to find out about our main business areas, core values, recent news and what makes us different from other financial institutions. Be ready to explain why Rothschild & Co appeals to you and why you think you'd be a good addition. Good luck!

Success at interview

Once you're in front of the interviewer, listen carefully and ask questions if you're unclear what we're asking. Give details of your experiences and specific examples of the skills we're looking for. Try to relax and ask us questions. We invited you in for a reason and can't wait to hear what you have to say.

How to apply

  • Step 1

    Apply online.

  • Step 2

    Join us for a first round interview.

  • Step 3

    Come for an assessment centre where you'll have a further interview with senior colleagues, take part in a group exercise and tackle a presentation.