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Eurostar International Overview

London, England
1001 to 5000 employees
1994
Company - Private
Passenger Rail
$500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Air France, easyJet, Ryanair
Our Vision is to be Europe’s most loved travel experience. In the world of train travel, Eurostar has been at the leading edge of innovation from day one, back in 1994. Throughout our journey, travellers have been at the centre of everything we do and ... Read more

Mission: We’re on board, on the platform, in the depot and on the phones.
We feel at home in three countries and work like we’re all in one.
We’re a mixed up mélange of many cultures and draw inspiration from all of ... Read more

Eurostar International Reviews

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  • "Graduate General Manager"

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    Current Employee - General Manager Graduate in London, England
    Current Employee - General Manager Graduate in London, England
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    I have been working at Eurostar International full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    The Programme allows you to have a full exposition of the business thanks to the 4 rotations of 6 months. So far, I have always had the ownership of my projects, was considered as an asset and have been involved in strategic conversation. The autonomy and trust we received as well as the work atmosphere have definitely been a real driver for me to grow, learn and really settle in the company.
    Moreover we all have mentors and a series of module in order to improve our soft and hard skills as well as build our network across the business. So far so good !!

    Cons

    So far so good !

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Eurostar International Photos

Eurostar International photo of: New e320 train on move
Eurostar International photo of: Eurostar Station Team - St Pancras
Eurostar International photo of: Apprenticeships at the depot
Eurostar International photo of: Apprenticeships at the depot
Eurostar International photo of: On board our new e320 train
Eurostar International photo of: Eurostar Station Team - Gare du nord
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Eurostar International Interviews

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    Graduate Development Program Interview

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    Interview

    Initial Phase - submitting a CV & Covering letter
    Second Phase - Video Interview to set of 5 questions in which you record yourself answering these, to which I was unfortunately unsuccessful.

    Process took about a month. Such video interviews are in my opinion awful (but not uniquely used by ES) finding it very difficult to get across your passion and appropriateness for the role in just 5, 60 second answers, meaning you have just 5 minutes to really sell yourself so make each second count!

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Eurostar International Awards & Accolades

  • European Cross Border Operator of the Year, European Rail Congress Awards, 2014
  • Favourite Travel Transport, Golden Backpack Awards, 2012
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