Technical Graduate Programme

DXC Technology
Job LocationUK
Job TagInternship

Location: Tewkesbury area, England, UK (onsite)


The DXC Graduate Programme is designed for talented, passionate graduates who are looking to join an agile world leader and are ready to deliver the best solutions to transform businesses in the new digital world.

Our Successful applicants must have graduated in the last 3 years or due to graduate in 2024 and obtained (or be on track to achieve) a 2:1. You must also be able to get to our office location when required (up to 5 days a week), Also be eligible to obtain a certain level of Security Clearance as we primarily work on Secure Defence Accounts, therefore Dual Nationals or Visa Sponsorships are not accepted on our Graduate Programme.


A stimulating 24-month programme with a company that is well positioned to grow and deliver true innovation and value to our customers. Our Technical Graduates play a big part in the solutions that we deliver to our customers. We typically have technical graduate vacancies across our Enterprise Technology Stack. However, while you may start in one area of the business, we support the opportunity to move or get involved in stretch projects to support your development, this ensures that we are offering you the opportunity to grow your career.


Studied for a degree within Computer, Engineering, Information Systems, Cyber Security, Information Security, Computer Programming, Data Science, Mathematics, Or Science (Physical and Chemical)

Employer Insights:

  • Applicants must be UK citizens, no dual nationality, to pass security clearance required.
  • Internship set to start in Sept 2024, assessment centers in April 2024.
  • Position is 100% onsite, no hybrid option for working.

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