At Zurich we aspire to be one of the most responsible and impactful businesses in the world. Together we’re creating a brighter future for our customers, our people and our planet. If you’re looking for a career that will excite, challenge and inspire you, you won’t want to miss looking at our popular graduate schemes.

With over 55,000 employees worldwide, we provide a wide range of insurance products and services in more than 215 countries and territories. Here in the UK, we’ve over 4,500 employees. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do and we’re there for them in the moments that matter. Our insurance products cover business, casualty, motor, property and travel insurance, life insurance and pensions products.

At Zurich, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to develop your skills, build your career and gain industry-recognised qualifications. You’ll be made to feel welcomed and will be supported as you take on new challenges – we’ve got your back!

If you’re interested in working in a dynamic and challenging environment, for a company that recognises and rewards your creativity, initiative and contributions – then Zurich could be just the place for you. Be part of something great.

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About Mercer

We are a global consulting leader in talent, health, retirement, and investments. Mercer helps clients around the world advance the health, wealth, and performance of their most vital asset – their people. At Mercer, we believe in building brighter futures. Together, we’re redefining the world of work, reshaping retirement and investment outcomes, and unlocking real health and well-being. We do this by meeting the needs of today and tomorrow. By understanding the data and applying it with a human touch. And by turning ideas into action to spark positive change.

Our History

In 1945, William M. Mercer Ltd began in Canada and grew to become a premier provider of actuarial and benefits consulting services. Acquired by Marsh & McLennan Companies in 1959 and merged with its own employee benefits department, the firm expanded through growth and acquisition to become a global leader in health, retirement, investments and talent. Even as times have changed and our firm has evolved, our core purpose has remained clear: We make a difference in people’s lives. For generations, we have provided clients with actionable insights and forward-thinking solutions, and as our global reach and resources have expanded, so have our capabilities. Today, Mercer works with clients in 130 markets around the world, helping them continue to make the future brighter for their employees.


We recruit Graduates, Interns, Placement students and Apprentices into offices throughout the United Kingdom. The roles span across Health, Wealth and Career. The graduate programme provides candidates with a choice of qualifications and a pathway for them to decide the future of their career. With a Mercer Apprenticeship, you will receive training and support to allow you to learn on the job, develop your technical expertise and obtain universally recognised and respected industry qualifications.

Working at Mercer

At Mercer we’re as invested in creating brighter futures for our people as we are for our clients. As a Mercer colleague, you’ll be supported by a community of peers and leaders who inspire you to learn, grow and advance in a culture that values your unique strengths. We strive to make Mercer the employer of choice for the best and brightest diverse talent, fostering an inclusive work environment where employees from varied backgrounds, cultures and ethnicities can thrive.

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RSA is a leading international general insurer operating in the UK and Europe but with the capability to write business across the globe. Founded in 1710, we are one of the world’s leading multinational insurance companies and a truly people-centred business.

We have around 6,200 employees across our core businesses and in 2021 our net written premiums were £3.3 billion. In 2021 RSA became a subsidiary of Intact, one of Canada’s oldest companies, that now writes $20 billion of premium primarily across the U.S., Canada, the UK and Europe.

The best way to gain a place on the RSA actuarial graduate programme is to first apply for an internship with us in the summer of your penultimate undergraduate year. Top performing summer actuarial interns are most likely to gain a place on the following year’s graduate programme. Actuarial graduate trainees will work in a number of areas with the aim of giving them a wide range of experience including:

  • Pricing of general insurance products – working out the price to charge customers for general insurance products.
  • Reserving of claims – claims can take many years to settle and RSA needs to hold a reserve to ensure that it can pay the claims when they fall.
  • Capital requirements – RSA needs to maintain high levels of capital to enable it to write a wide range of insurance risks.

As well as offering regular pay-reviews for actuarial graduate trainees, we also provide a comprehensive support package to assist trainees in passing their actuarial exams. Our mentor scheme assigns each trainee a qualified actuary with whom they can discuss their development. Trainees will have regular meetings with mentors to discuss study and training plans, providing constant support while on the scheme.

What you need

We are looking for individuals who have obtained or are expecting at least a 2:1 in a highly numerate degree discipline and who have excellent problem solving ability, great communication skills, and the ability to work in a team or alone without close supervision.

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First Actuarial

First Actuarial – Your next actuarial career move

Looking to advance your actuarial career with a leading pensions consultancy?

Heading for 20% revenue growth this year – and with a people-first approach to everything we do – First Actuarial could be your breakthrough opportunity.

We offer great actuarial opportunities in our Basingstoke, Leeds, Manchester, Peterborough and Tonbridge offices:

  • Actuarial roles – from graduates to Scheme Actuary
  • Investment roles – from graduates to senior investment consultants.

At First Actuarial, it’s people who matter

We love numbers, but we love people more.

We’ll give you a varied workload with a mix of clients, from trustees to corporates and trade unions. You can expect support and helpful feedback as you progress. And you’ll have your own clients sooner than you might think.

With no chargeable hour targets, you can take the time to produce your best work and make a real difference – to yourself, your team and your clients.

What we offer you

At every level of seniority, we offer:

  • A competitive salary
  • Private health insurance and income protection insurance
  • Flexible and hybrid working
  • A non-contributory pension
  • Full training and study support.

We’ll actively support you as you build your career – and reward you for doing so.

A bit more about First Actuarial

We’ve been around since 2003, when a group of nine like-minded actuaries came together to bring fresh thinking to pensions consultancy. Two decades of stellar growth later, we employ around 400 people across five offices.

Ready to make that move?

If you’re ready to take the next step in your actuarial career, we’d love to hear from you.

To apply for any of our positions, get in touch or visit our website for more information.

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University of Kent

Qualifying as an actuary is a passport to a wide variety of careers. Kent is one of a very few universities in the UK to teach the subject. The IFoA has granted Kent full accreditation for all of its programmes, so there is the opportunity to gain exemptions from most of the UK professional actuarial exams. All of Kent’s programmes follow the new IFoA ‘Curriculum 2019’ syllabus.


Heriot-Watt University

There have always been plenty of excellent reasons to study actuarial science at Heriot-Watt. After all, we pioneered degrees in the field. Today, we enjoy a worldwide reputation for the quality of our teaching and research. We offer a range of accredited courses from BSc to MSc/Diploma. Our Actuarial programmes are accredited by the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries.



About Us

At WTW, our purpose is to transform tomorrows

We provide data-driven, insight-led solutions in the areas of people, risk and capital to propel the world’s leading businesses forward.

When you join an early careers program at WTW, you’re empowered to develop your skills and make a difference by applying your unique perspective. We fuse our passion, intelligence and imagination to make real impact – confident that behind every one of us is all of us.

As a large global organisation, WTW colleagues get exposure to a wide variety of clients, often leaders in their own sectors. Clients are at the heart of all we do, so even those on client-facing early careers programmes will have client exposure from the start of their WTW journey.

Our core values that guide what we do every day are:

  • Client focus: we are driven to help our clients succeed.
  • Teamwork: when you get one of us, you get all of us. We help each other succeed.
  • Integrity: we seek to earn trust every day through professionalism, doing what is right and telling the truth.
  • Respect: we listen and learn from each other. We support and celebrate differences.
  • Excellence: we strive to lead and sustain excellence. Most importantly, this means an unwavering commitment to professional development and personal growth for our people.

40% of our directors identify as female
54.5% of our executive leadership team identify as female
10% of our directors identify as LGBT+
10% of our directors identify as African American and Black
75% of our board committee chairs are diverse

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About FIS

FIS is the technology that moves the world’s money. You may not know our name, but you’ve likely used our technology. Think mobile banking, how you paid for your last cup of coffee or the systems your bank uses to manage your assets. You use more of our technology than you may realise! Our technology powers billions of transactions annually that move over $9 trillion around the globe. We champion clients from merchants to banking to capital markets, retail to corporate, and everything touched by financial services.

FIS Insurance Risk Suite

FIS’ Insurance Risk solution Prophet is a leading and award-winning enterprise-wide actuarial modelling system that helps insurance and financial services companies meet reporting responsibilities, improve risk management, and develop more profitable products faster. Over 10,000 users, across over 1,000 customer sites, in more than 80 countries, rely on Prophet to model their firm’s financial business. The FIS Insurance Risk business consists of a number of actuarial teams including product management, library development, systems development and consultancy.

FIS University Program

FIS University is our global program for attracting, developing and retaining entry-level talent at FIS. The program duration is 2 years, focusing on developing participants who we hire as permanent recruits directly into one of our businesses. Within our Insurance Risk business, we seek motivated and innovative individuals to drive and direct our suite of Insurance Risk products into the future! You should have an interest in technology and finance, and possess strong problem-solving, analytical and communication skills.

Upon joining FIS, you will attend the FIS University Learning Week designed to provide you with an overview of how FIS is structured, our technology and the markets we serve. As you settle into your role, you will continue your learning journey with the Insurance Risk business, and study for the actuarial profession with a focus towards becoming a qualified actuary. FIS provides support in all ways towards achieving this goal including study support and training.

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We fuse human expertise with powerful analytics to shape a more positive future. LCP has market leading capabilities across pensions and financial services, energy, health and analytics. We use our breadth of knowledge and skills to help our clients solve problems and embrace opportunities.

Who we are

We are a tech enabled analytical consultancy based in London, Winchester, Edinburgh, Cambridge and Paris. We are known for our market leading advice in pensions, investments and insurance, and we strive to help create a financially better future for our society. Our love of data, technology and posing solutions to the difficult questions of today, has taken us into newer areas. We now have a reputation for excellence in energy, health and data analytics.

Ready for a career full of possibility?

We all want to feel connected to the bigger issues that impact our lives and the lives of those around us. At LCP you’ll find fulfilling career options working alongside a diverse group of people with a common desire to always expand our horizons and to help make tomorrow better.

How do we get to a net zero future? How do we help people save for the future and lead happier and healthier lives? These are just some of the questions that we are tackling and helping to answer every day at LCP. They are big questions, and you could play a critical role in helping us tackle them. Whether you are a whizz with a spreadsheet, have a creative flair, or know how to code, we are looking for talented people with a range of skills and outlooks on life.

Culture & Values

We fuse human expertise with powerful analytics to shape a more positive future for our clients and people. Our values underpin this and help us find the right solutions for our clients.

We are Curious – What we know now will get us to tomorrow, but a lens of curiosity will take us far beyond that. That’s why we question the status quo by looking at the data and analysing different angles and possible outcomes. This makes us better at what we do and delivers better solutions for our clients (and probably makes us more interesting to talk to!)

We are Accountable – The way we work, and the decisions we are involved in, impact people, the world we live in and our collective future. We approach our work with this responsibility in mind and it means that our clients can have confidence that our advice stands up to scrutiny and that we share their ambitions for a better future.

We are Connected – We strive to create human connection in everything we do. It makes working with us more fun, and helps us to uncover better solutions for our clients. We participate fully in the wider world around us, both across our professional landscape and with our local communities. The feeling of being greater than the sum of our parts is our core ambition.

We are Agile – The one constant in our world is change, so we are set up to be able to move quickly and decisively. From adapting our advice in response to changing policy, developing new tools to make decisions quicker and easier to working in a bespoke way to respond to our clients’ individual needs, we are a supportive partner in a changing, fast moving world.


Why should you choose LCP?

Graduate Training Programme: We provide a curated series of sessions spanning broad professional and technical training across your first three years – all geared towards helping you hit the ground running in your work as a consultant or analyst.

Vibrant Culture: Build your career in an environment brimming with fun, collaboration, and mutual growth.

Competitive package: Attractive, flexible benefits package that can be tailored to your specific needs. A full list of our benefits can be found on our website.

Your Wellbeing: We don’t just care about your work; we care about YOU. Our benefits are structured to bolster your overall wellbeing, ensuring you’re always at the top of your game.

A Celebration of Diversity: At LCP, every voice matters. We champion a space where all forms of diversity are celebrated, ensuring everyone feels seen, heard, and valued.

Ready to embark on a career journey where your potential has no bounds and you can power possibility? LCP awaits you.

Equity, Diversity & Inclusion

We aim to nurture an inclusive environment, where you can always feel comfortable to be who you are and feel empowered to stand up for what you believe in.

We feel very passionate about breaking down barriers in our industry which is why we have four employee-led networks that exist to raise awareness about social justice issues. Our LGBT+, Women’s, Multicultural and Wellbeing networks run a host of programmes and events that tackle big issues and bring people together.

From our Gender Identity Policy, to being recognised as a Disability Confident employer, our partnership with social mobility organisations and our charitable Foundation which gives to local charities and causes, our commitment to DEI is a thread that runs through all we do. We have been recognised for the work we have been doing in this area, having won 13 DEI awards over the last 5 years.


We are proud of our commitments to run our business in a responsible, sustainable way. Success for us is about much more than growth and income, it’s about building our business with the best interests of our people, clients, communities, suppliers and the environment always front of mind.

We are operationally net zero relating to scope 1 and 2 emissions and have a network of Green Champions who raise awareness of climate change and educate colleagues on how to reduce their environmental impact. Our Foundation has donated £200,000 this year supporting charities local to our offices and national charities.

We have also spearheaded many personal finance campaigns to get justice for people. We helped thousands of women claim back their underpaid state pension after we uncovered that many married women have not been receiving the right pension for years. As a result, the government has made a commitment to pay back nearly £3bn to women.

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Hymans Robertson


Who We Are

For over 100 Years we have helped our clients, their employees, members and customers to make decisions that have a positive impact on their financial futures. We’re proud to deliver award-winning advice on pensions, investments, benefits and insurance.

At the heart of this is our relationships with our clients and colleagues – forming genuine, collaborative relationships that last. We are steadfastly independent in every possible way, from our ownership, through to our advice. This allows us to put clients at the heart of our business and provide them with advice and solutions that truly meets their needs. It also means that our people are encouraged to think independently, take ownership for building their own careers and voice their ideas.

Our Opportunities

If you enjoy building relationships, solving complex problems and working with numbers then one of our early careers’ programmes could be an exciting next step for you.

Whatever your specialism you’ll join a supportive team where you’ll develop your analytical skills to provide tailored solutions to our clients. You’ll analyse complex data and present results of calculations and sophisticated modelling in an engaging and compelling way to help our clients make the best possible decisions.

Why Choose Us

We want to make working at Hymans Robertson the best job you’ll ever have – that might sound ambitious but that’s our goal! We live and breathe our values of being friendly, partnering, straightforward and confident – and genuinely care about our people, clients, communities, and the environment. We’ll encourage you to:

  • Be Your True Self: Our culture empowers everyone to be themselves so they can do their best work and thrive.
  • Make a Difference: Whether you’re involved in helping our clients or using your three annual volunteering days, we believe that you can make a positive difference and contribute towards achieving our purpose – together, building better futures.
  • Grow Your Career: We invest in our people, ideas and technology. You’ll get comprehensive support with your professional studies as you work towards Actuarial (IFoA) or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) qualifications.

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Government Actuary’s Department (GAD)

Who we are

The Government Actuary’s Department (GAD) applies the actuarial profession’s technical skills, consultancy discipline, high standards of professionalism and industry sector knowledge to solve financial challenges faced by the UK public sector. We are part of the analysis function in government. We are based in London and Edinburgh. We have almost 150 actuaries and trainees.

What we do

Our analysis enables the government to formulate national policy and manage public sector finances. This work is crucial to the welfare of millions of people both in the UK and overseas. We provide advice on a wide variety of topics in many fields.


Our vision of GAD for 2025 is that:

  • We make a difference: our work improves outcomes for the public and helps the government achieve its objectives
  • We partner effectively with our clients: we proactively help our clients where we can add value and deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions to a wide range of issues
  • We are seen as a great place to work: we provide fulfilling careers for all our people
  • Our value is recognised: we are widely recognised and respected throughout the public sector as trusted experts in the fields of financial risk analysis and modelling


Our mission is to improve the stewardship of public sector finances by supporting effective decision-making and robust financial reporting through actuarial analysis, modelling and advice.


In addition to core values of the Civil Service (integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality), GAD’s values are the beliefs and behaviours which define us as an organisation:

  • Expert – we provide high quality, professional advice
  • Collaborative – we partner effectively with our clients to understand and address their business needs
  • Inclusive – we value and develop all our people
  • Innovative – we are forward looking, continually developing and improving to meet evolving client needs

Who are we looking for?

GAD works across a wide range of areas, including pensions, insurance and investment, to provide solutions to complex problems faced by a variety of public sector clients. As a trainee at GAD, you will have the opportunity to work across the organisation and experience many of the different aspects of GAD’s work.

As your experience grows you can expect to have regular client contact. Client engagement and business development are an important part our work, therefore, having a flair for people relationship skills is beneficial. To help you qualify as quickly as possible we offer substantial study support with generous study leave, discussion classes, and paid for tutorials, courses, exam entry and exam counselling.

We also provide an internal business training programme to help trainees identify new business opportunities and to assume new responsibilities, including:

  • a comprehensive induction and technical training programme
  • in-house seminars and professional briefings
  • managerial and business training including project management, team working, presentations, IT skills and managing client relationships
  • a friendly working environment, where actuaries and senior trainees are enthusiastic about teaching new trainees and passing on their experience

The Government Actuary’s Department holds the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries’ Quality Assurance Scheme accreditation.

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Capita Specialist Services

Capita is a consulting, transformation and digital services business, delivering innovative solutions to transform and simplify the links between businesses and customers, governments and citizens. Our Actuarial team is part of the Capita Experience division.

Our market position is maintained through a dedication to service and a belief in constant evolution. We pride ourselves on being progressive and at the leading edge of service transformation. We are driven by our purpose: to create better outcomes – for our employees, clients and customers, suppliers and partners, investors, and society. We are also committed to being a responsible business – in how we operate, serve society, respect our people and the environment, and deliver attractive returns to our investors.

Actuarial Opportunities

There are many opportunities for actuaries within Capita. The unique skills of actuaries are applied in many situations across the division – from understanding the problems our clients face through to developing and implementing solutions and providing ongoing support.

Actuaries in Capita provide corporate reporting services, project delivery and interim resourcing to our wide range of clients, as well as working with other parts of Capita. Actuaries are also involved in seeking out new opportunities from new and existing clients, both independently and as part of wider life insurance outsourcing propositions.

We offer an experience which combines elements of both consultancy and traditional life office work, which can include direct client placements. The wide variety of work means you will enjoy freedom to choose how your career progresses and on-the-job training ensures you are able to progress quickly and take on additional responsibilities from an early stage.

There is a separate area of Capita (called Capita Pensions) which provides opportunities for actuaries in the pensions field.

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Canada Life Limited

Founded in 1847, The Canada Life Assurance Company is one of the largest Canadian life and health insurance companies.

Canada Life began operations in the United Kingdom in 1903 and looks after the retirement, investment and protection needs of individuals and companies. Our UK operations are headquartered in Potters Bar, 15 minutes from central London by train.

Benefits of working at Canada Life

Canada Life offer the advantage of working in a professional, fast moving, financially strong company, yet with a better work/life balance than you would usually find in London. We offer excellent starting salaries and great opportunities for career progression.

A competitive study package is available to all our actuarial trainees, which includes study days, tutorials, course materials and entry fees for the first sitting of each exam. Every new starter is assigned a mentor to oversee their progress. Canada Life has a strong culture of success in the actuarial examinations, and provides an environment for new actuaries to study and develop.

Who are we looking for?

Applicants will have at least three A Levels (or equivalent) and a degree (2:1 or better), ideally in mathematics or another numerate subject, although exceptional candidates with other degrees will be considered. We are looking for excellent communicators with strong problem solving skills. Successful candidates will be motivated to maintain our strong record in the challenging professional examinations.

The role

Our actuarial trainees have the opportunity to work in a variety of roles in areas including reserving, financial reporting, pricing, risk management, investments and systems. As well as the traditional actuarial areas, across our Actuarial Teams, we have students working on Solvency II Internal Model capital management, Equity Release Mortgages, & preparing for IFRS17.

We expect that trainees will work in at least two or three different areas before qualification, which means our newly qualified actuaries have a valuable breadth of experience.

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Barnett Waddingham

Founded in 1989, Barnett Waddingham has grown to become a leading independent UK professional services consultancy at the forefront of risk, pensions, investment and insurance. From small beginning with just 20 people we are now a team of over 1600 people in nine offices. 98 are partners, each delivering on our values and our promise, ensuring the highest levels of trust, integrity and quality.

We act as a trusted partner for a wide range of clients in both the private and public sectors – this includes almost 25% of FTSE 100 and over 15% of FTSE 350 companies.

The business is based on a culture which aims to provide all of our clients with an excellent professional service through strong personal relationships and tailored solutions whilst remaining competitive on fees. Our values can best be summarised as ‘Doing the Right Thing’ and we take a long-term view to all of our services and relationships.

Our partners understand the importance in looking after all employees, and see employee engagement as fundamental to continuing success. We are listed among the 100 Best Companies to Work For and pleased to have retained our two-star status. Published annually, the Best Companies to Work For are based on anonymous interviews with employees across the company, covering issues relating to staff engagement, including wellbeing, pay and benefits, personal growth and leadership.

How we work

From day one you will be an integral part of the business, working in our actuarial teams who advise various bodies and organisations including pension plan trustees, insurers and employers. The work you carry out could include anything from the broad spectrum of areas on which we advise – such as analysing longevity trends, providing strategic investment advice and advising on acquisitions.

As a new recruit you will have the opportunity to work closely with the partners and other experienced employees offering you excellent development opportunities and a unique learning process. We are keen for our employees to gain wider business knowledge and experience of our other business areas where this is possible. You will be encouraged to show initiative and develop areas of responsibility that are not directly related to client work, raising both your own and your team’s profile, whilst gaining good experience.

Your professional and personal development is important to us and we are strongly committed to developing our employees.

As a Trainee Consultant, you will work towards qualification and we will give you every support to achieve this, including offering a generous study package.

As well as supporting your studying, your mentor will review your work-based experience and help you identify the development opportunities available, with the aim of enabling you to reach your full potential. In addition, we will help you to develop your technical and consulting skills with regular performance development reviews, internal courses and most importantly, experience.

The social side

Social activity and social responsibility is taken seriously across the firm; from inter- office sporting events to the annual summer party. Sporting events include bowls, cricket, croquet, football, golf, poker, netball, pool and table tennis. The non-sporting side is equally active and includes walking weekends, excursions to UK and European cities, wine and beer tasting, charity events, book club and picnics. As a firm, we recognise that we have an impact that goes beyond our core activities supporting a wide range of initiatives ensuring our impact is a positive one. There is something for everyone to choose from, but suggestions for further social events are always welcome!

Who we look for

You will have a minimum of a 2:1 degree and an A grade in A-level Maths or equivalent qualifications. Excellent communication skills are essential, together with a positive and enthusiastic attitude.

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What does APR do?

APR is a specialist actuarial firm with a straightforward ambition: to be a deeply trusted partner of our clients, supporting them by solving the complex numerical and analytical problems within their businesses. In practice, our client solutions include supporting existing functions, contributing to major change projects and providing technical expertise. In the form of either resourcing solutions, or consulting projects under which we take problems away from the client and deliver a solution.

In recent years APR has partnered successfully with many of the largest companies in the UK financial sector. A key pillar of our success has been our recruitment of some of the leading numerate graduate talent in the market. Most current employees joined APR as graduate associates, with many now holding senior positions in the business.

Our graduate programme

Each year we take on a small group of bright, technically-minded graduates, support them through our renowned intensive training programme and provide them with a broad range of stimulating and challenging client projects. In short, our graduate scheme will enable you to:

  • Receive some of the best training any actuarial employer offers, covering technical, IT and softer skills; and a full study support package – our graduates enjoy a significantly higher pass rate in the actuarial exams than the national average.
  • Hold positions of responsibility from very early on in your actuarial career – we expect you will be making a difference within weeks of starting.
  • Experience unrivaled variety in your work through exposure to a wide spectrum of actuarial, modelling and data analysis projects.
  • Develop wider business skills by being involved in a range of activities that will quickly see you become an integral part of our growing team.

Is APR for you?

Our culture is as you would hope from a young, unstuffy and inclusive company. We believe in treating our staff in the right manner, developing them wherever possible, communicating openly and sharing the rewards of a successful business with those who have contributed to its success.

As much of our work is in the form of on-site support at clients’ offices you may be required to work away from your London, Edinburgh or Dublin base in line with our flexible working policies.

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Aon exists to shape decisions for the better – to protect and enrich the lives of people around the world. Their 50,000 colleagues provide clients in over 120 countries and sovereignties with advice and solutions that give them clarity and confidence to make better decisions.

Aon believes that businesses thrive when the communities they serve and the people they employ also flourish. At Aon, their people are the heartbeat of their firm. They have a passion for bringing the best to their clients, which unites them and drives them as a global firm.

Depending on the area of Aon that they join, graduates will use their analytical capabilities, commercial awareness, and communication skills to help clients address the key questions that affect their businesses. How will the rise of inflation and cost of living affect the ability to conduct business and bring goods to the people who need them? How could the collapse of the Eurozone affect the world economy? What could climate change mean to Europe? Aon’s business is to provide the answers to help clients make better decisions.

Graduates join Aon across a range of consulting and broking roles within business areas including actuarial analysis, investment, insurance and reinsurance, insurance strategy, employee benefits, reward and remuneration, talent and employee engagement and cybersecurity.

Aon’s Launch development programme is designed to support and develop the future stars of the business by helping graduates build their business acumen and engage in strengthening relationships with clients and colleagues. In addition to technical training, colleagues are fully supported in allocating time to study for relevant professional qualifications to enable them to have a greater impact on Aon’s clients and confidently progress within their chosen career path.

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