Graduate Scheme and Work Experience

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To be considered for the Graduate Recruitment Scheme or Work Experience you must be eligible to work in the UK



Would you like to be part of a highly successful Sales Team within an internationally famous Publishing House?

Could you apply imagination and stamina to achieve results both for yourself and your company?

If so, you could be the person we are looking for...



Due to ongoing internal promotions, opportunities exist for graduates who are ambitious, motivated, good communicators and able to work to deadlines. Successful applicants can quickly become responsible for a Classified Section within one of our titles.

Experience is not essential. Instead, we provide a highly respected Graduate Training Scheme which comprehensively guides you through all aspects of a commercial Media Role: from telephone sales techniques and marketing theory to copywriting and face to face client liaison. Successful individuals can then progress onto Management Schemes, providing an invaluable platform for their publishing careers.

Condé Nast creates and fosters an environment you would love! Based in the hub of the West End, we offer 5 weeks holiday, generous benefits including a starting salary of £27,500 p.a, excellent bonus potential and unparalleled opportunities for promotion. In their first twelve months, on average our sales executives earn £33,000 p.a with more experienced sales executive earning in excess of £35,000 p.a.

If you feel that you can make a real contribution to our Brands and team environment, please apply immediately in writing to: Shelagh Crofts, Classified Director, The Condé Nast Publications Limited, Vogue House, Hanover Square, London W1S 1JU.

We are currently inviting applications from candidates who are graduating in 2015 and available for an induction commencing Autumn 2015.


We offer Workplace Shadowing in many of our departments.

However, in general, we are only able to offer a maximum of two to three week, unpaid placements in the editorial departments, and they tend to get booked up well in advance. We advise people to write at least six months before the time you are free to do a placement.

As a result of the volume of applications, these requests are not handled by the HR department. To apply for a placement please send a copy of your CV and a covering letter to the Managing Editor of the magazine which particularly interests you. This information is in the masthead of the magazine.

We only offer placements to those who are over 18.