Our Apprenticeship programs are designed for school leavers who are interested studying towards a degree or qualification whist gaining experience within our Firm. We offer a number of opportunities across London & Glasgow ranging from 18 month Level 3 & Level 4 Qualification apprenticeships to 3-4 year apprenticeships studying towards a qualification or degree.
Discover more about our apprenticeship opportunities below.
These programs are available in our London office and are 18 Month Apprenticeships within our Institutional Securities Group, Investment Management & Human Resources Divisions. Whilst working at Morgan Stanley and undergoing a Level 3 or Level 4 qualification facilitated by WhiteHat (an Apprenticeship Vendor who specialises in sourcing apprentice talent) you will benefit from theory-based learning as well as the opportunity to develop practical and professional skills.
This program is available in our London and Glasgow offices and is a four year Apprenticeship within our Technology division, taken in line with study for a degree from a local university. You will benefit from theory-based learning as well as the opportunity to develop practical skills in IT, which you will apply as you gain a valuable insight into the financial industry.
This program is available in our Glasgow office and is a four year Apprenticeship Program within our Operations division taken in line with study for a degree in in Business Management in partnership with the University of Strathclyde. You will benefit from the chance to grow and enhance your skills in a challenging, fast-paced environment, at the heart of our Operations division.
This programme is available in our Glasgow office and is a three year Apprenticeship within our Finance division, taken in line with study for the ACCA Foundation in Accounting (FIA) Diploma. The ACCA FIA qualification provides students with practical accounting and financial skills whilst developing their grasp of business. It is designed to give students expertise that they can use in the real world, an opportunity to learn the theory of accounting while putting it into practice too.