Box UK’s graduate scheme officially launches this November, with a number of opportunities now available for talented university leavers. Through placements graduates will sharpen their skills and improve commercial awareness while identifying their ideal career path, giving them a valuable head-start in the increasingly competitive jobs market.

The scheme offers graduates the choice of two different tracks covering both technical and professional service expertise, depending on their area of interest. Through the programme graduates will be exposed to specialisms such as software development, testing, IT, project management, business analysis and more; all roles where hands-on experience is crucial, but getting an initial opportunity can be difficult.

All graduates joining the scheme begin with six months of rotations through a variety of departments before specialising in a discipline of their choice. This approach not only enables them to decide in which area their skills are best applied but also equips them with a wider variety of skills, enabling them to be even more effective during their six-month period of specialisation.

Molly Dyer, Human Resources Manager at Box UK, said of the announcement: “Box UK’s cutting-edge approach to software design and development leads us to work with some of the world’s greatest organisations and win leading awards. Our staff are crucial to this success and, through this graduate scheme, we hope to recruit the exciting new talent of the future to help us continue to achieve our ambitious goals.”

If you’d like to find out more about graduate opportunities at Box UK or apply for a place on the scheme, visit the graduate area of the website at

About Box UK

Box UK ( is a team of thought leaders, consultants and application developers engaged in the rapid and precise design and delivery of high-performance software products and services for progressive enterprises worldwide.

Established in 1998, Box UK’s client list includes BBC, LAN Airlines, Investec Asset Management, the National Gallery, Chartered Institute for IT, EDF Energy and Severn Trent Plc.

Published on: 12:11PM on 4th December 2012