National Graduate Week



Our range of programmes means everyone can find a job they love to talk about and we also offer insight events designed to give you a sneak peek at life at Sky. So, whatever your background, skills or passions, you can choose a career path that suits you.

Ready to start a career like no other? At Sky you can.

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Typically recruits

170 grads, 50 interns
Locations – Osterley, Leeds, Livingston, London, Brentwood.
Data & Analytics
Software Developer
Mobile Developer
Developer Operations
Automated Software tester
Change Delivery
Business Analysis

Key Facts

Europe’s leading entertainment company
  • 24 million customers
  • 63 million products
  • 32,000+ employees
  • 6 countries
Our mission

Europe’s leader in entertainment


Our communities include: Women at Sky, Multiculture at Sky, Body & Mind at Sky, Parents @ Sky, Armed Forces at Sky, LGBT+ at Sky, as well as Sky’s Unity Programme, and ESEA at Sky.


Our initiatives include Sky Zero, Sky Ocean Rescue, and Sky Cares.


Sky commits £30m to support the fight against racial injustice and invest more in diversity and inclusion (announced  June 2020)


Sky sets ambitious 2025 target to increase its ethnic diversity and representation – 20% BAME, of which 5% are Black. This target applies to Sky’s leadership team (announced January 2021).

Case study

Hawah Nanyonga - Ex-Developer Operations Graduate

Hawah Nanyonga - Ex-Developer Operations Graduate

How did you decide you want a career in Engineering?

I tried using online courses and realised I was good at coding and enjoyed the problem-solving aspect, so I decided to explore it further as a career.

How would you encourage more women to consider Engineering as a career?

I would say if you enjoy learning something new and being creative then you should consider tech. There are a lot of resources available to get started as well as ones specifically created for women such as Coding Black Females.


Digital Graduate Brochure
Digital Graduate Brochure
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