Opportunities to develop your career

Work Experience

We recognise the importance of work experience and the benefits it can bring in starting a career in publishing; the summer internship is our formal work experience scheme.

Aside from the internship, individual requests for work experience can be made directly to the department in which your interest lies. Please think carefully about which department you feel would suit your skills/preferred career path prior to making contact. A full list of all our departments and their contact details can be found here.

Learning and Development

In today?s rapidly changing publishing environment our competitive advantage relies on the skill, knowledge, and adaptability of our employees.

We invest in a broad range of training and development programmes, widely regarded as among the best in the industry. We offer in-house courses and learning resources covering leadership and management, business and IT skills, and personal development.

Learning from colleagues is also important and initiatives such as our successful mentoring scheme enable us to network and share expertise.

You can access advice on how to plan your learning, and our well-established appraisal system allows you to discuss your performance and development with your manager on a regular basis.