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Eurostar International Overview

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London, England
1001 to 5000 employees
1994
Company - Private
Travel & Tourism
£500 million to £1 billion (GBP) 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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Eurostar International CEO Nicolas Petrovic
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    I worked at Eurostar International full-time

    Pros

    Multi-cultural environment, with teams working from London HQ, and office/stations in Paris and Brussels. Great benefits such as free Eurostar travel vouchers each year and discount on UK National rail leisure travel. A great company to work for and a well-recognised brand which most employees seem proud to be a part of.

    Cons

    Hard to move internally as opportunities are sometimes limited. Can be quite slow to get things done and signed off.

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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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    Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England
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    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Eurostar International (London, England) in May 2017.

    Interview

    I had a face to face with a couple of managers in their London based office. The day after the interview I spoke with the recruitment agent and he told me he got positive feedback from Eurostar and he was waiting for the date of the second interview. After 2-3 weeks of no updates I spoke again with the agent and he told me he was still waiting for Eurostar and was chasing them almost everyday. After 2 more weeks I called the recruiter again and he said he had no news and we could only wait. I waited 1 more week and them wrote directly to Eurostar HR and asked them an update. I have never received a reply from these people. Their behavior is simply outrageous and disgusting! If this is the way they treat their employees then I am more then happy not to work for them! and I will surely avoid their services.

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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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