IBM are a leading worldwide IT and Consultancy company, creating innovative solutions that not only change business, but the world.

At IBM, work is more than a job - it's a calling: To build. To design. To code. To consult. To think along with clients and sell. To make markets. To invent. To collaborate. Not just to do something better, but to attempt things you've never thought possible. To lead in this new era of technology and solve some of the world's most challenging problems.

On IBM's Apprenticeship Scheme students will immerse themselves into a community of likeminded people, working alongside leading industry professionals eager to share their wisdom. These connections and experiences will help students to grow their skills and professional network. There are also plenty of opportunities to get involved in social activities with other Apprentices, Students and Graduates in the local area.

IBM also offers a Futures scheme - 12 months worth of experience that could transform your future prospects. You might be uncertain about whether to start work, complete an apprenticeship or go to university, if that's you and you are unsure of what to do next, IBM’s Futures roles are for you. They offer you an invaluable opportunity to work with a world-leading company, broadening your horizons and giving you a head start in your career.

Both the Apprenticeship and Futures schemes provide students with a task manager, who is responsible for day-to-day support, such as helping them manage their workload and giving them the opportunity to get involved in new projects. They also have an Early Professional Manager looking after their ongoing development and future career plans, along with a mentor who they can chat with about absolutely anything.



Student stories

  • Lori

    I applied for the IBM Apprenticeship scheme because I wanted to start growing my development skills practically, working on actual projects and solutions, all while studying and growing my business...

  • Jack Bark

    I joined IBM at the age of 18 after completing my A-levels in Computing, Music Technology and Economics at Ashby School in Leicestershire. While doing my year 13 exams I was offered a place on the...

  • Côlm

    Firstly, and most importantly, it looked like a really exciting scheme to be a part of. To get stuck into a job at one of the biggest technology firms in the world is not an opportunity you turn down...

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