Application process

To apply for our graduate program, you’ll need to complete an online application form. If you’re successful we’ll ask you to complete some online assessments followed by a video interview. You may then be asked to join us at one of our assessment centres where you’ll have the chance to meet our team and some of our current graduates. 

Applications for our 2019 Graduate Program closed at 11.59pm on 15th August 2018.

All our 2019 Graduate roles are based in Sydney. Click below to find out which of our Graduate Program streams is right for you.



What is the academic results requirement?

To be eligible for the Graduate Program you need a Grade Point Average (GPA) or a credit average (65) or higher.

What citizen and resident statuses do I need?

You need to be an Australian or New Zealand citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident.

What level of education is required?

A bachelor degree or a postgraduate degree consisting of three years study as a minimum is needed prior to the commencement of the program.

What will I need to apply?

Your resume, a covering letter, proof of citizenship or residency, as well as a copy of your academic transcript.

What our graduates say

“QBE’s organisational culture and people were the two main things that drew me in the Graduate program.”

“To work in a transformative and diverse company that is focused on strategy and innovation.”

“After attending assessment centres and countless interviews, QBE’s energy about their values to stood out against other companies. The QBE Foundation and their energetic approach to products they were developing made me excited to join this community.”
“The opportunity to work at an established company with room to grow was an attractive prospect. The wide range of industries and clients that QBE works with meant that I would never be doing the same thing every day and most importantly the people at QBE throughout the hiring process showed me that the culture at QBE was something that wasn’t just for show but practiced enthusiastically.”