Ofcom. They are the independent regulator and competition authority for the UK communications industries. Their Graduate Scheme offers opportunities across a diverse range of disciplines. There is the opportunity to follow a Generalist, Finance, IT, Technologist or Spectrum Engineering pathway. You will embark on a series of intensive job placements across different business areas and move regularly between projects, sections and departments. So one week you might be involved with new policy directives; the next, monitoring television content standards. You will be based at the London office (Riverside House) for the duration of the scheme. The Generalist pathway is wide and varied ranging from Market Intelligence to Broadcast Content Policy. If you wish to pursue an engineering or technology career, you are likely to have a degree in mathematics, physics, engineering or similar subjects. Economists play a central role in setting Ofcom’s strategic direction, developing and applying regulatory policy, promoting competition and carrying out market investigations. An economics-based degree, particularly covering modules in microeconomics, industrial organisation, and /or regulation would therefore be ideal. If you wish to pursue an IT career, you are likely to have a degree in Computer Science or a related subject, with a keen interest in Technology. Finance careers will require you to pursue an accounting qualification. Starting salary is £27k.
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