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Apprenticeship Scheme Information

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Apprenticeships at JLL

We launched our apprentice scheme in 2013 as we realised that there was a wealth of enthusiastic and eager recent school leavers who needed the opportunity to take their first step on the employment pathway. We partner with BPP and UCEM to recruit apprentices for surveying, finance, business administration, IT and HR to work with teams based nationwide. Four years on, we continue to recruit apprentices for 12 and 24 month programmes, with the opportunity for it to develop into a full time position within JLL. On 1st February 2018 we will begin recruiting nationwide for apprentices to join us in September 2018. The deadline for applications is 31st May 2018: please note that no late applications will be accepted under any circumstance.

  • Apply for our Apprenticeship Scheme
    Apply for our Apprenticeship Scheme
    In 2018 our apprenticeship partners are UCEM for surveying apprenticeships and BPP for Business Administration, Finance and IT apprenticeships. Applications for our nationwide 2017 Apprenticeship scheme will open on 1st February 2018 and can be made until 31st May at 5pm.
  • Changing the Face of Property
    Changing the Face of Property
  • Case studies
    Case studies
  • JLL, UCEM, BPP
    JLL, UCEM, BPP
    To discover more about our apprenticeship partners, please visit their websites:
    http://www.bpp.com/
    https://www.ucem.ac.uk/
  • "JLL has made a commitment to increasing apprentice levels over the next three years and forging links with a wider and more varied range of schools. Let’s raise the awareness of our great industry - the built environment can offer a world of opportunities for people from all sorts of backgrounds."

    - Guy Grainger, Chief Executive Officer, JLL EMEA

  • "The apprenticeship scheme offers a very accessible route into the industry, where young people can earn and learn simultaneously towards qualification, without having to laden themselves with university debt. Apprenticeships are already helping to increase diversity within our profession which is benefiting us all."

    - Oli Wilson, Associate Director,
    National Investment, Capital Markets