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The Arriva group is owned by Deutsche Bahn. Arriva is a pan-European public transport operator with more than 60,000 employees delivering over 2.2 billion passenger journeys across 14 European countries. It isn't simply our size and scale that makes us interesting. It's the challenges we face in the transport industry across...

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Typically recruits

  • Aerospace
  • Chemical
  • Civil/Building
  • Computing/Technology
  • Electronic & Electrical
  • Mechanical/Manufacturing
  • Sciences/Maths

To find out more about our organisation please visit:
www.arrivagraduate.com

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Graduate intake: 15+
More than 60,000 employees.
Delivering over 2.2 billion passenger journeys across 14 European countries.
The Arriva group is owned by Deutsche Bahn.
Arriva is a pan-European public transport operator.

Placements / Internships

Graduate Opportunities (3)

James Higlett

Engineering Management Programme

Joining Arriva I’ve had a real interest in transport engineering since a very young age – so it was a programme like this that I was looking out for and there aren’t that many good progammes to choose from in the...

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5 Top Tips for Tackling Graduate Assessment Centres

By Bryony Govan You have been invited to a graduate assessment centre. What do you do next? If you have a read through some of the other blog posts on this site, you will find the sound advice that one of the most important things to remember throughout any sort of interview process, is to be yourself, as this is the most valuable thing you have to offer. I whole-heartedly agree with this. Building on this idea, I’ve put together some other practical tips to help you prepare for...

Amy

Reliability Engineer

Experience While studying my degree in Maths and Chemistry, I chose to take a placement year. My placement happened to be for Virgin Trains as a Student Analyst. During this year, I was producing periodic reports for the company, and conducting...

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So you think your degree has prepared you for work? Think again.

By James Cullane I’ve had a fantastic summer; but after some downtime I’m itching to get stuck in at Chiltern Railways on the Arriva Graduate Scheme. It’s the start of my second week and my shirt is ironed ready for my first placement with train engineering. “Bring jeans and a t-shirt. We’ll supply you with overalls and a hard hat” comes the text from my manager. I know on the website it said I’d be getting my hands dirty but I’m doing the...