Step 1

Getting to know you

Send your application, take our online tests

We only accept one application per role, per year, so it's vital that you think carefully about all the options you're eligible for before submitting your application.

Once you've sent us an application with all your basic details, you'll be asked to complete two tests; our TfL's Strengths test and a combined numerical, inductive and deductive reasoning test.

This is our first proper introduction to you and your skills. We'll ask you some quick questions to find out if you've got the strengths and abilities we need to be successful here.
To prepare for this, think about the things you enjoy doing, the things you do well, and how they'll be beneficial to the role you're applying for.
And you can get to know more about us by looking at our corporate website. Altogether, the online tests should take around 60 minutes.

Step 2

Revealing your passion

Don't panic if this is your first video interview - watch the following video to get tips on how to do it:

We've changed this stage to find out the two things we want to know about you: what motivates you and why you've applied for the role. Again, you can prepare by thinking about what your passions are and the skills you think you can bring to the role.

You'll film yourself responding to certain questions and prompts, then share the video with us. You can do the video interview at whatever time suits you - just choose a quiet place. Once you've shared your video with us, we'll take a look. Then we'll let you know whether we'd like to see you at the final stage assessment centre.

Step 3

Show us your strengths

Meet our team at an assessment day:

If you are successful, we'll invite you to an assessment day. This is an opportunity for you to bring your strengths, motivations and passions to life. You'll also have the opportunity to discover more about us and our programmes too.

You will take part in various activities such as a group exercise, interview or presentation. If you're successful and we make an offer to you for our graduate or undergraduate programme, we will be in touch.

If you are unsuccessful after your assessment centre or final interview, one of our student recruiters will be happy to give you a call and talk you through your personal feedback. Hopefully this will help you understand why you didn't progress, and where you can improve.

There is a dedicated area on our application form if you need to let us know about any adjustments to the recruitment process that you will require. Anyone who completes this section will be contacted by our recruitment team. Any conversations we have with you about any adjustments you may need, will be treated with confidentiality.