Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Ogilvy Fellowship...

You too could work here.

The Ogilvy Fellowship is acknowledged to be one of the best starts in the communications industry. And, happy day, they've just opened. I have just been sent a lot of information from the guys there, so have a butchers, and if you're interested, apply....

"Ogilvy Group UK is a communications agency that does advertising, direct marketing, interactive marketing, PR, design and promotion. We're the London outpost of Ogilvy's extensive global network of over 400 offices worldwide.

Every year we look for 5 stars of the future to join our Fellowship here in London. This year we have taken a slightly different approach to how we recruit for the Fellowship. We will be selecting 10 of the brightest and best applicants to join us at our Canary Wharf office here in east London to undertake two consecutive four-week placements. You’ll get great experience and have the opportunity to hear from some of London’s best talent in the industry while also learning about our 360 approach to advertising. We’ll then select five stars of the future to join our Fellowship programme starting in November 2010, which will see you undergo three year's training with a year in three different disciplines.

The timings for the 2010 Internship and Fellowship are as follows:

Closing date for applications: 4th May 2010 (Midnight)

Interviews: w/c 28th June 2010

Internship: 4th August 2010 – 1st October 2010

Fellows start date: 8th November 2010"


So there you have it. Best of luck.

5 comments:

Ross said...

Thanks for all the opportunities you post on this site, many that people would not be aware of unless this blog was here.

Sam said...

It's why we do this Ross, very kind of you to say, much appreciated.

Anonymous said...

To Ross - if you're looking to go into advertising and haven't heard of the Ogilvy Fellowship then you really can't be trying that hard.

Anonymous said...

Really great site though - thanks for all your help.

big suit said...

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