Skip Header

Feel like you’re learning


Joining one of our apprentice programmes means getting every chance to show what you can do. Earning while you learn, you’ll find out all about our work and our industry. You’ll contribute to meaningful projects, and you’ll work alongside supportive, welcoming people who’ll always be there to answer your questions and provide advice.

  • Are you interested in earning while you learn?
  • Do you want to gain an industry-recognised qualification alongside valuable experience in a world-leading asset management organisation?
  • Does the idea of working for a company that fully supports its apprentices appeal to you?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above, then we’d welcome an application from you and would be delighted to support you in developing your career if successful.

You don’t need to have studied a finance related subject to apply, but an interest in our industry is important. Curiosity and motivation are valued here; we feel excited by candidates who demonstrate boldness and bravery.

We are an inclusive employer, and we welcome applications from all different backgrounds and experiences; whether you have recently left education, are returning to work, or are more established in your career but looking for a change of direction, then we want to hear from you. 

Location of our offices

United Kingdom

Our first UK office opened in London in 1973. We now have some 2,500 people working in three main offices at Lower Kingswood in Surrey and Cannon Street in London.


With a large employee base working out of India, Fidelity International in India is the largest capability hub for Fidelity globally.


Fidelity International has operated in Ireland since 2000 and is home to the Fidelity International Irish business.

What we do

All our business areas and teams focus on building better financial futures for our customers - this is Fidelity’s purpose. We are a client-focused organisation who pride ourselves on being known for acting with integrity and thinking for the long-term.
We offer apprenticeships across many different business teams in the UK & Ireland. We want to ensure our apprentices come in and have a real role to do - this means that the roles available may differ each year depending on hiring need. As an example, some of our recent apprentice programmes have included Client Services, Resolutions, Asset Management Operations, Business Administration, Internal Audit, Compliance & Risk, various Technology roles, HR, and Investment Management.


Live Roles

Here you see any vacancies where we are currently accepting applications. If you can’t see any vacancies listed, please register your interest instead to hear about future opportunities!


Register your interest

Register your interest to be the first to know when roles go live and we are accepting applications.

How you’ll spend your time

Over your two-year apprenticeship programme, you’ll work to develop behavioural skills, gain experience, and achieve an accredited certification. 

All our apprentices are expected to complete an apprenticeship course as part of their programme, with a training provider that we have partnered with. The apprenticeship course will vary by role and location, and the learning outcomes/modules and final qualification will differ based on the programme you are enrolled onto.

The apprenticeship programme will be mapped to your role, enabling you to gain experience, enhance your knowledge and evidence your understanding, whilst being supported both by the business and your training provider. 

What we look for

We welcome applications from individuals who are committed to pursuing a career in financial services, and that have a willingness to learn and develop their professional skills and experience. 

We appreciate that everyone’s backgrounds and journeys are different, so we take a particular interest in your willingness to learn, interest in our field and transferrable skills, over education history and experience. 

We want people that are interested in both the industry and the sector, but ultimately those that are looking for a career which will reward them in both job satisfaction and development.

We feel excited by potential, so we encourage you to apply even if you do not meet 100% of the requirements in a job description - we are looking for candidates who meet most of them, and are driven to learn and develop in other areas.

Career driven

You will be highly driven with the intellectual curiosity for progression.

Build networks

You will have the ability to build rapport and create networks with fellow employees internally and customers externally.

Thirst for knowledge

You will be highly driven with a desire to learn. You don’t need to have a finance-related background, but an interest in our business area will help you succeed.

Good communication

You will need to be able to communicate with a wide variety of people at different levels within the organisation, both verbally and via written correspondence.

Motivated self-starter

You will be organised and motivated. During an apprenticeship you will learn the theory of a subject and apply this practically within the workplace, so you need to balance competing interests and dea

Academic criteria

Typically, within the UK you will need at least five GCSEs between grades 4-9 (or A*-C), two of which must be English and Maths achieved at grade 4+.

In Ireland, for a Level 6 programme, you will need a leaving certification and for a Level 8 programme, you will need an undergraduate degree. 

There may be further academic requirements, which will vary depending on the apprenticeship standard and role within the workplace. These will be clearly outlined in the job description.

Other considerations

Due to the way apprenticeships are funded in the UK, you must have been a UK resident for at least the last three years, and you must have the Right to Work in the UK*.

Candidates in Ireland should have the right to work in Ireland. 

*Please note if you are currently on a Tier 4 student visa, this means you have the right to work in the UK

Learning and development

We support our apprentices every step of the way. Not only will you be a highly valued member of your team, we’ll make sure you are invested in from the very beginning through our learning and development initiatives.

Application process

We value the different ways that people think, and the skills that they can bring.

We have outlined our Early Careers recruitment process for apprentices here. Please bear in mind that other programmes, such as graduate programmes, or programmes in locations outside the UK & Ireland, may have a different process.

Ready to kickstart your new career at Fidelity


Live Roles

Here you see any vacancies where we are currently accepting applications. If you can’t see any vacancies listed, please register your interest instead to hear about future opportunities!


Register your interest

Register your interest to be the first to know when roles go live and we are accepting applications.

You may also want to explore:


About us

Get to know more about what we do and our history


Getting ready for your interview

We've collected advice from across the business to help you prepare for your success


Inclusion and diversity

We have a culture that values everyone’s differences