"I learned more in a few weeks here than in a year at university...."
- Interns are assigned interesting work on projects that has a real impact on the company.
- The culture is welcoming and interns are included in social events.
- Remuneration is seen as being very good and fair for the work done.
- There is a degree of flexibility in the hours required so interns can maintain a good work/life balance.
- Workloads can vary greatly leading to both very busy and very quiet periods.
- Some interns will work away from the main office, which can feel isolating.
- Some of the training can be repetitive or unnecessary for certain roles.
- While most supervisors are very active and helpful, some can be less available.
What insiders say about...
"I had an online assessment that consisted of psychometric tests followed by a phone..."
"Interns are well integrated within the company, with social events organised by the..."
"I work roughly 55 hours a week. This is by no means the norm for commercial interns...."
"If you have to travel, the company pays for it. Free lunches are very frequent and..."
"I was asked questions that related to Fidelity's values of excellence, innovation..."
"I had around three projects to begin with that were fairly minor. However, once I..."
"The culture of the organisation is extremely friendly and every person feels very..."
"The scheme wasn't as programming-centric as I had hoped. However, I've enjoyed a..."
"Fidelity has offices all over the world."
"Engaging and challenging."
"The role described on the company website and reviews such as this one gave me an..."
"There is an entire week of training at the beginning of the internship, which prepares..."
"The company could provide us a mentor who is only responsible for feedback and improvement,..."
"The remuneration is very fair and suitable for an intern in London."
"Supervisors are easily accessible by you as an intern and there is always someone..."