The Application Process

There are three stages to our application process:


aAfter you’ve completed an online application form, and if you’re applying for a higher apprenticeship (Level 4 and above, and some selected Level 3 apprenticeships), we may ask you to complete online tests to assess your strengths and mathematical skills.


At this stage there will be a face-to-face, telephone or video interview. This is the final stage for all Level 2 apprenticeships and, if you are successful, we’ll make you an offer. For Level 3 and above, we’ll invite you to an assessment centre.


The assessment centre day is made up of a role-play task, a further interview and possibly a virtual reality exercise –  don’t be worried, it’s just to give us more of an idea about how you handle things in person. If you’re successful, we’ll make you an offer to join the programme.

Hints & Tips for Applying

If you’re interested in building the next generation of banking, developing your skills at the UK’s largest digital bank and helping to develop cutting-edge technologies, we want to hear from you. Our biggest tip across our application process for LBG apprenticeships is… just be yourself! If you share our vision, are eager to learn and can help push us forward, then we want you!

To read about the application process in more detail, and to find more hints and tips for helping your application, visit our How to Apply page now.

If you have any questions about the assessment process, or want to talk to us about any special requirements, contact us at:

Lloyds Banking Group

At Lloyds Banking Group, we are the UK’s biggest digital bank with about 30 million UK customers.

Now, we’re looking for new talent to join us and benefit from one of our wide range of apprenticeships – from Level 2 to Level 7 across Financial Services, Professional Services and Digital & Technology.

Please note, we are currently reviewing all listed recruitment opportunities due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 and will be updating the Time To Apply information soon.

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