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Why British Airways/IAG?

Our Apprentices often talk about enjoying the variety, challenge and the chance to learn on the job. Be prepared, it’s hard work, and we’ll expect you to roll your sleeves up and get stuck in from the start. It’s also fun and hugely gratifying, with the scope to network and build strong relationships with people from all over the business and even get together to raise money for charity too. What’s more, you get all the benefits, rewards and genuine career prospects you’d expect from one of the world’s most iconic, innovative, and future-focused airlines.

“I was on another Apprenticeship, and it was a lot more classroom based. I like the fact that we’re mostly in the workplace. It’s a much more real experience.” James, Aircraft Maintenance Apprentice

“Aside from career development, I think the Apprenticeship is really beneficial for personal development helping you grow as a person and gain skills you can carry on to any job role.” Amy, Customer Contact Apprentice

So, are you ready? To find out more, look at our Business Areas and Programmes.


Adjustments and Special Requirements

We are committed to being a fair and inclusive employer. We take care to follow best practice and train all our assessors to a high standard. We know that sometimes people need adjustments or have special requirements during the recruitment and assessment process. If this applies to you, please let us know by indicating it on your application form when prompted, or by emailing (quoting 'Assessment Adjustment' within the email subject header) as soon as possible. We will help wherever we can.

As members of the UK government’s Disability Confident Scheme, we are positive about employing, retaining and developing disabled people. If you apply through the Disability Confident Scheme and meet the essential criteria for the role you’ve applied for, we’ll put you through to the next stage of the recruitment process (for example, an online test). If you wish to apply through the scheme, please email (quoting ‘Disability Confident’ and the role you're applying for within the subject header) as soon as possible.

Application Journey

Your application journey will differ slightly depending on the role you have applied for.

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