Whether you're at school or college, just leaving University, or looking for a career change, we’ve probably got an opportunity to fit what you're looking for.
Finding the best & brightest new talent is hugely important to us, so we have 8 different schemes. Some work directly with schools, Universities and organisations we’ve partnered with, and some are open to all.
Here is some detail on our three biggest schemes.
Look out for our brand new Fellowship website coming soon. In the meantime, here’s some info these schemes:
We have two schemes, one for those looking to start their career in Account Management, and the other for potential Planners.
Our Account Management Fellowship is a two year programme, starting off with four weeks of training, followed by two one-year placements in either Ogilvy & Mather Advertising, OgilvyOne, Ogilvy PR, or Coley Porter Bell. We select all of our Account Management Fellows through our Summer Internship programme, so you can show us if you’re up to the task!
Our Planning Fellowship also lasts two years, but consists of four six-month placements. Following an initial training period, our Planning Fellows dive straight into their placements in the strategic planning departments at some of our most exciting companies. The hands-on training and varied rotations are designed to give you some of the best Planning training in the industry.
Application details for our 2016 scheme will be posted here in December. For more updates follow @Ogilvyfuturetalent.
Internships allow you to gain a real insight into our industry. They give you the chance to really try out a role, whilst giving you valuable experience at the same time. Ogilvy internships usually last between 1 and 3 months and can pop up in various departments across of the agency. To check if we currently have any internships going, take a look here, searching ‘Internship’ in the keyword field.
Our Ogilvy Experience scheme is aimed at those who are looking to get a taster as to what it’s like to work in an agency like ours. As part of the one-week scheme, you’ll gain an insight into what we do, how we do it and why. You’ll also get the chance to work on a project brief, which will give you some real experience of what we do. Applications for 2016 will open in spring 2016.