The Application Process

Now for the most important part, completing your application

Applying for one of our UK programmes?

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for an Apprenticeship, Undergraduate Placement or a Legal Graduate Placement.


Apply Online

All of our job descriptions and application forms are advertised on our Current Vacancies page. You can apply for as many different roles as you wish to, as long as you meet the eligibility criteria. You are able to work through your application at your own pace; saving your answers as you go and only submitting it once you are completely happy – just make sure you submit it before the deadline!


Assessment Process

We will assess all applications after the closing date for each specific role (please note, there are different deadlines for different positions - see each individual role for further details). If your application is shortlisted, you may receive an email asking you to complete an online video interview or a telephone screening interview. The next stage will be to attend an assessment centre, either at our offices in London or virtually. You may also be asked to submit a piece of work or a portfolio, depending on the role.


The Offer Process

We will deliver the good news to successful candidates following each assessment centre. Our Placement students will join our team in July of the year of application. New apprentices will start within 2 months of the offer being made (we usually have cohorts in the new year and in the summer). Once you have verbally accepted our offer, we will invite you to become part of our Facebook group, and our Early Careers community. We will provide opportunities for you to meet the rest of your cohort and find people to share accommodation with if you’re moving to London.

Success stories

Working with WarnerMedia will give you the foundation you need for a successful career in the media industry. But don’t just take our word for it – read the success stories from some of our current and previous placement students.