UK programmes: Barclays will ask you about your right to work/work authorisation status during the internship/graduate/full-time analyst recruitment process. Candidates who do not have a current right to work in the UK, or who will require visa sponsorship from Barclays are not precluded from applying to internship and graduate opportunities. However, Barclays may take your work authorisation status into consideration depending on the availability of candidates with the right to work in the UK.
Americas and APAC programmes: To participate in an internship or pre-internship program, you must have the legal right to work in the location to which you will be assigned for the duration of the internship. If you are joining Barclays in a full-time position and you need a work permit, we apply on your behalf. However, you should be aware that the granting of work permits is beyond Barclays’ control and subject to local immigration laws.