Civil Service Fast Stream presentatio

Tuesday 16 October 2018  5.30-7.30pm

Henry Thomas Holloway Campus

Fast Stream Closing Date for Applications:25 October 2018

Graduate opportunities and summer placements for students from all disciplines. Find out more about the different roles and get inside information on how to complete the application form.

Meet recent graduate Fast Streamers to learn from their experiences and find out about what worked for them.

This presentation is designed to give you top tips when completing your application, as well as help preparing for assessment centres and interview.

The Civil Service employs over 420,000 people from across the UK.

There are 15 different Fast Stream options including: Commercial, Digital, Data and Technology, Diplomatic, Finance, Generalist, Government Communications, Government Economic, Government Operational Research, Government Social Research, Government Statistical, Houses of Parliament, Human Resources, Project Delivery, Science and Engineering, Diplomatic Economic Service.

You apply online via the for the Civil Service Fast Stream via the website: or go to to find out more information.

The Fast Stream is the the Civil Service’s main graduate scheme for developing and supporting future leaders. It consists of a structured programme lasting up to four years, where you will move between roles and departments to gain a wide range of experience to develop a comprehensive skill set.

As a fast streamer your salary will vary depending on your scheme but typically fast streamers are are paid £28,000 as a starting salary. This can be increased after two years to above £30,000 depending on performance.

Training is provided by the Civil Service and will differ depending on the scheme. Some schemes offer professional qualifications and Masters as part of their offering.

We also have a summer diversity internship programme. This is open to applicants now. See here for more information:

You can book your place on our Eventbrite page


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