CHI&Partners launch their 2013 graduate scheme

advertising graduate schemeCHI&Partners are on the hunt for Bright Young Minds following the launch of their 2013 graduate scheme.

With offices in London and New York, CHI&Partners have delivered numerous high-profile campaigns for the likes of British Gas, Talk Talk, The Carphone Warehouse and Argos, so yes, they’re a pretty big deal!

The scheme, which will begin from September 2013, offers chosen applicants an unmatched introduction to the full range of advertising communications at The UK’s No.1 Independent Creative Agency.

Graduate trainees will gain experience across traditional ‘above the line’ advertising, as well as digital, social media and direct marketing, plus media planning and buying. They will also benefit from working closely with the senior partners at Rathbone Street, gaining an unrivalled insight into the world of advertising.

Successful applicants to the course will spend time working on rotation with all parts of our creative community – CHI&Partners, The Social Practice, M/SIX and The Box – and in doing so experience everything our unique agency model has to offer.

Candidates can apply through the website ( from 24th September 2012. Applications are open for six weeks, closing on Sunday 4th November.

Interviews will take place on Friday 16th November, with shortlisted applicants invited for an assessment day on 23rd November. Successful candidates will be appointed before Christmas, to start in September 2013.

Tilly Cooper, one of CHI&Partners’ current grads, said:

‘I’ve had an amazing 9 months at CHI&Partners. I’d recommend this scheme to any grad who thrives in a fast paced, creative environment that gives you tonnes of opportunity to get involved in all parts of what they do. Can’t believe how much I have learnt in such a short time already, across all parts of the communications landscape – and to be working on one of the pillar accounts so quickly has been brilliant!’

If this scheme’s caught your eye and you’d like to find out more, don’t hesitate to drop Caroline Frith an email at: