The information in this area relates to our previous graduate intake for September 2021 – we will be updating this page when applications open for our 2022 intake.
For the Economics scheme we require:
- At least a 2:2 degree (already obtained or expected in 2021) in a subject with a significant focus on microeconomics, industrial organisation, financial economics.
For the Data scheme we require:
- At least a 2:2 degree (already obtained or expected in 2021) in a numerical, analytical, environmental or business related discipline, such as (but not limited to) economics, accounting and finance, environmental engineering, maths, physics or chemistry.
For the Regulatory policy scheme, we require:
- At least a 2:2 degree (already obtained or expected in 2021) in a numerical, analytical, research, environmental or business related discipline, such as (but not limited to) economics, politics, business management, law, accounting and finance, history, environmental engineering or geography.
For all schemes candidates will be engaged and highly motivated individuals, passionate about their specialism and committed to making a difference. You will have a willingness to learn, enjoy collaborating with a wide variety of people and enjoy nothing more than getting stuck in. Your strong analytical, presentation, communication and stakeholder engagement skills will serve you well at Ofwat.
As this is a Graduate programme, we are looking for no more than three years’ work experience following your graduation and we’re particularly keen to hear from you if you have (or will obtain this year) a post-graduate degree in one of the areas listed for each scheme.