We value candidates with the ability to keep an open mind and adapt to opportunities, and appreciate those with a passion to make a difference. Our recruitment is on a rolling basis so we recommend that you get your application submitted as soon as possible.
“It’s important to be clear about how you would like to approach the activities in the assessment centre before the actual assessment starts. Understand yourself and Schroders well, make sure to accentuate areas in which you feel Schroders will value the most about you. I think sticking close to the company values is really important, it will indicate that you fit in well with the company culture - and I kid you not, Schroders true and through lives by its values. London office, Singapore office, you name it - our people say it all!”
- Pek Yun Ning, Global Technology, Singapore
"The assessment day at Schroders was truly a pleasant experience for me. The chance to interact with potential colleagues gave me a taste of what working at Schroders would be like, and that was actually a big drawing factor for me. In terms of preparation, reading up more about the business is a must. If there is a specific aspect of the interview process you are weak at, try practising with a partner to polish your delivery and it will be worth it."
- Ryan Ong, Distribution, Singapore
"Preparation is important but more importantly, don’t let the nerves get to you. There are simulations and case studies that will depend greatly on your adaptability to solve problems you’ve never encountered before. So don’t be afraid to ask questions, remember to work together as a team and most of all, enjoy the experience and take it as a chance to learn more both about the company as well as yourself!"
- Tricia Tang, Global Technology, Singapore
"A good way to prepare for the assessment would be to read up on the background of Schroders and to be clear of your motivations going into this programme. In addition, it helps to be concise and structured when presenting your thoughts. This will help to improve the delivery of your presentation while ensuring that all necessary objectives are covered. Last but not least, be yourself! More often than not, interviewers are keen to know more about you as a person and what you can bring to the team."
- Seah Wei Chong, Operations, Singapore