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Arcadia Group launches finance graduate scheme

Published: Monday, 10 January 2011   Category: Banking and Finance

A company which owns many leading high street retailers has launched the first round of a graduate scheme for its finance sector.

Arcadia Group Limited - which owns clothing retailers Burton, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Miss Selfridge, Topman, Topshop, Wallis and BHS - is looking for graduates with a business or finance degree.

People who are accepted on to the graduate scheme will enter Arcadia Group's Finance Graduate Programme, called Exceed, which promises to "immerse [the graduate] in key areas of our business and equip you with a professional qualification."

In a statement, Arcadia Group said: "Our accountants and analysts are a vital part of our team, ensuring our commercial focus is razor sharp and informing each brand's strategy and direction."

Online applications are open now and can be made during three designated periods: January to March, May to July or October to December.

In 2010, 83 per cent of the intake graduated the CIMA-accredited course, putting them in the top 10 per cent of UK students taking the BPP's examination.

Find graduate schemes at gradplus.com

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