J.P.Morgan EmployAbility Spring Week 2018, Corporate & Investment Bank - Finance for Non-Finance 





Start Date

Spring 2018


1 week


London or Bournemouth, UK


Students graduating in 2020 or 2021



Application Deadline

Sunday 26th November 2017


EmployAbility is delighted to be working with JP Morgan to offer disabled students and graduates the opportunity to apply for the J.P. Morgan EmployAbility Spring Week programme.

J.P. Morgan is a global leader in financial services, offering solutions to the world's most important corporations, governments and institutions in more than 100 countries. The Firm and its Foundation give approximately US$200 million annually to nonprofit organizations around the world. We also lead volunteer service activities for employees in local communities by utilizing our many resources, including those that stem from access to capital, economies of scale, global reach and expertise.

  • Training: You’ll learn about the many opportunities within the firm, while building the skills necessary to excel in those positions, and receive expert advice from the firm’s senior leaders, the campus recruitment team and program alumni.
  • On-the-job experience: You’ll gain a wealth of knowledge through interactive workshops, skill sessions and overviews of our divisions, including Asset Management, Investment Banking, Operations, Risk, Sales, Trading & Research and Technology.
  • Career progression: There’ll be plenty of opportunities for you to network and meet other like-minded professionals as you build on your career experience. Top performers may be recruited for subsequent internship programs.

Spring Week Programme: Finance for Non Finance

  • Training: This programme is designed specifically for students from a non-Finance background who are interested in learning more about our Front Office divisions specifically Investment Banking and Markets. The training provided will give a foundational understanding of how a bank works and what career opportunities are available. You will be given access to additional learning materials before the programme starts so you can familiarise yourself with the terminology and key topics.
  • On-the-job experience: We’ve designed a variety of leadership-driven sessions, classroom training and networking opportunities so by the end of the week you will have gained a wealth of knowledge and understanding of how to put your skills to use at a bank. 
  • Career progression: There’ll be plenty of opportunities for you to network and meet other like-minded professionals as you build on your career experience. We’ll also provide you with opportunities for continued learning and development, should you want to apply for the summer internship program.

How To Apply

Candidates apply through EmployAbility's online application process, but each applicant is assessed against J.P. Morgan’s core competencies and selected through the J.P. Morgan recruitment process. Successful candidates are hired directly onto J.P. Morgan’s Spring Week programme within a specific division and participate in every aspect of that division’s Spring Week programme.

To apply online to the J.P. Morgan EmployAbility Spring Week programme, please click on the 'apply now' button at the bottom of this page. 

If you have any extenuating circumstances or require further information about the Spring programme, please contact Sarah Denness on +44 (0)7852 764684 or email info@employ-ability.org.uk

This programme is now closed for applications.


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