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Want to work with world-class consultants?

At Scott Logic, we take the development of our graduates seriously. We want you to grow in confidence, skills and impact so that your career in software gets off to the very best start. About 40% of the Scott Logic community joined us as graduates, and many of our grads have moved on to senior positions within the organisation.

You can find out below all about our Graduate Programme, including all the benefits and opportunities it offers, how the application process works, and the experiences of previous graduates.

Recent enhancements to our programme

Certification opportunities

Once you discover what you’re passionate about, we’ll support you to develop in those areas through two certifications, one after 18 months and the other after 2.5 years.

Co-located training days

We’ll bring you and your fellow grads together once or twice a year for training days, and so that you can socialise and build your network.

Associate role

After six months with us, you’ll advance from Graduate to Associate, reflecting a milestone on your graduate journey with us as you progress through further training and support towards a consultant role.

Regular pay reviews

We see graduates make great and rapid progress in the time after joining us, and so for the first 18 months of your time at Scott Logic, we will review your pay every six months.

What's it like being a Scott Logic graduate?

By starting your career as a Scott Logic graduate, you'll feel supported every step of the way. Hear from some our recent graduate joiners as they share their experiences.

They describe our learning culture, the different routes you can follow into the business, and how they've been supported to grow and flourish.

Meet some of our graduate recruits

Martha King


Developer, Newcastle

"One of the many reasons I see myself staying at Scott Logic is the open and collaborative culture where everyone supports one another. It means we never end up feeling like we’re working in morale-draining silos, cut off from one another."

Charles Freestone


Test Engineer, Bristol

“I was thrilled to be hired and was enrolled on the Graduate Programme... The great thing was all the graduates were located in the same open area of the office, so you could get feedback from someone who was coming to the end of the scheme or reach out for help from employees.”

Graham Odds


Chief Strategy Officer, Edinburgh

“I’ve always wanted to be part of an organisation that actively encourages you to explore new territories. The fact that I’ve now been at Scott Logic for 15 years is testimony to the fact that the company lets you do just that. You really can’t ask for more from a job.”

How does our graduate recruitment process work?

Simple online application

You’ll find the link on the page for the graduate vacancy you’re interested in. We’ll ask for some basic information including your latest CV.

Time to talk

A member of our recruitment team will give you a call for an informal chat about your application.

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Assessment Centre

An assessment day for you and your fellow candidates to show us how well you can work together on team activities.


A one-to-one, 90-minute interview: 60 minutes focused on your technical discipline followed by a 30-minute chat with the hiring manager.

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Hybrid working at Scott Logic

We offer a hybrid working approach at Scott Logic which you can find out about here. As a graduate, we recommend that you spend most of your time in the office. This will enable you to connect more easily with your mentors, build your network, and benefit from learning by ‘osmosis’ within the office environment.

Find out more

Here’s what you can expect from our graduate programme:

Some of our client projects

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Saxo Bank

Scaling up with a small-scale team

During a period of significant expansion at Saxo Bank, Scott Logic proactively recommended an agile and low-cost approach to improving the scalability of a key platform for its customers, and implemented the new architecture at pace.

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EDF Trading

Putting the user first

EDF Trading is a leader in the international wholesale energy markets. It manages a portfolio of assets which gives it the ability to source, supply, transport, store, blend and convert physical commodities around the world. We helped our client to transform the energy trading user experience and build a platform that will evolve with the business.

Newcastle Building Society

Driving customer value from the cloud

Planning to launch its first mobile app, our client saw this as an opportunity to start its transition into the cloud – and looked for a high-calibre local partner to provide UX design and mobile app delivery, and support its cloud ambitions.

If you’d like to know more about our graduate programme, we’d be happy to chat.

Drop an email to applications@scottlogic.com