We use cookies to improve the experience and engagement you have of our website, these are currently blocked. Would you like to allow cookies? To find out more about our cookies, see our Privacy Policy. Please note that if you do not allow cookies you may not be able to view all the content on this website. Allow Cookies

Fancy a career with a leading communications company? Try a WPP Fellowship!

WPP is the world's largest communications services group, offering a number of WPP Fellowships – to create future generations of leaders for the Group companies.

Fellows tend to be intellectually curious people, who are motivated by the challenges of marketing communications, and by the prospect of working at the confluence of art and business. They spend three years on the Program: in each year they work in a different WPP company, in a different marketing communications discipline and, usually, on a different continent. Each rotation is chosen on the basis of the individual’s interests and the Group’s needs.

There are more than 160 companies within the Group, setting industry standards in Advertising; Media Investment Management; Data Investment Management; Public Relations & Public Affairs; Branding & Identity; Healthcare Communications; Digital, eCommerce & Shopper Marketing; and Specialist Communications. WPP employs over 205,000 people (including associates) in over 3,000 offices in 112 countries.

Career paths vary and will depend on your skills and aptitude as well as the companies selected for the Program rotation. On completion of the Program, WPP works to find a position in the Group that takes advantage of the broad experience gained during the three years. Long-term prospects within a WPP company are excellent, with many former Fellows now occupying senior management positions.

We’re looking for people who are motivated by the prospect of delivering high-quality communications services to our clients, are committed to marketing, take a rigorous and creative approach to problem-solving and function well in a flexible, loosely structured work environment. All applicants should have completed an undergraduate degree (class 2:1 or above) or equivalent.

Applications will open in September 2017, online here.

For further information, visit our website. 

Follow us on social media: