So you think you’ve got what it takes to join the best graduate program in the world? Kickstart your career with The Academy in Argentina, where learning and innovation meet community and adventure.

We are currently taking applications for October 2024 and April 2025 start dates. The deadline to apply for this recruitment round is Sunday, May 19th. Applications will re-open later this year for April 2025 and future start dates!

  • April & May: Virtual screenings and online tests
  • June: In-person assessment days in London & New York
  • July: Successful candidates hear back

What is The Academy?

Now in its 10th year, The Academy is designed to give you a solid foundation in digital marketing. Blending masterclasses with on-the-job training on campus in Argentina, you’ll get to work with real clients on real campaigns to produce real results.

  • Two-Year Intensive Program: Brought to you by the team leading the way across Google, TikTok, Meta and the rest, the program quickly brings you up to speed on all things marketing. You’ll then rotate through two year-long placements and put what you’ve learnt into action. During each of your placements, you’ll join one of our twelve specialist teams – assigned based on your strengths and where we see the next big industry opportunities!
  • On Campus in Argentina: In 2023 The Academy relocated to our campus in Buenos Aires, Argentina. We have a team dedicated to helping you with the move abroad – accommodation, visas, travel and healthcare coverage. You don’t need to worry about the logistics! As soon as you land, you’ll be welcomed by our local Campus leadership team and the 50+ Brainlabbers living and working in Buenos Aires.
  • Clients, Data & Strategy: Whether your placements are in Influencer and SEO or Paid Social and Retail Media, the program develops the skills needed to succeed in digital, today and in the future. The structured learning program covers everything from data analysis and strategic thinking to client presentations and commercial awareness. You'll learn from the best of the best!
  • Build Your Career with Brainlabs: The Academy is designed to create a pipeline of future Brainlabs leaders. Your mentor, and your manager and people partner, will guide you in getting the most out of your time in The Academy and as you continue to build your career with us. At the end of the two-year program, we’ll help you find your next role at Brainlabs – on campus or at an office in your home market.

To find out more about Brainlabs and the program visit our website.

Who Can Apply?

Applications are open to recent graduates with the right to work in the UK or the US. We know that innovative thinking and creative problem-solving come from a wide range of experiences and backgrounds, successful candidates will be aligned with our Culture Code and looking for their next challenge. 

Brainlabs is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace: we are committed to equal opportunity for all applicants and employees regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, or belief, and marriage and civil partnerships. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation during the application process, please let us know!

Brainlabs is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace: we are committed to equal opportunity for all applicants and employees regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, or belief, and marriage and civil partnerships. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation during the application process, please let us know!

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