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The Door: Saatchi & Saatchi’s Grad Scheme is open

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16:00 PM | 17 February 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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World renowned advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi are welcoming five new individuals to the team.

World renowned advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi are welcoming five new individuals to the team. Their latest graduate scheme, The Door, offers those who apply the chance to secure a one year paid placement.

All you have to do is prove you’re good enough to go through the door by completing 5 steps which includes the following:

  1. Send a picture that best sums you up and, if you need to, explain it in no more than 50 words.
  2. Based on your experience and values, share three pieces of advice that you would give to your children.
  3. Share a brand you like. Pitch it to someone from the moon in no more than 250 words.
  4. Give a problem in your world, no matter how big or small, and explain how you'd solve it.
  5. Create a 1-minute film that convinces a bouncer to let you in the door.

You only have till March 2nd  to enter. Learn more and submit your application at thedoor.saatchi.co.ukGood luck folks!

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