About the programme
Our 10-week Internship Programme allows you to work directly on real world problems to hone your skills, create lasting relationships and learn about your strengths. The programme is intended to create a pipeline to our Graduate Programme and other full-time roles.
What you’ll experience
- A 10-week structured Internship programme, that typically takes place April – August
- A country induction, formal welcome to the Bank and get to know your peers
- On-the-job learning
- Be paired with a ‘buddy’ from the Graduate Programme, to set you up for success and provide insights into the Graduate programme
Can I get onto a graduate role from the Internship Programme?
- High performing Interns will be eligible for placement on our Graduate Programme
We have opportunities in:
- CCIB Client Coverage
- Financial Markets
- Digital Channels and Data Analytics (DCDA)
- Consumer, Private and Business Banking (CPBB)
- SC Ventures
- Transformation, Technology & Operations (TTO)
We’re interested in people with diverse backgrounds and encourage students from all degree disciplines to apply to our programmes.
For our Internship Programme, you must
- Be in your in your penultimate (second to last) or final year of study of your bachelor or post-graduate degree.
- Have the permanent legal right to work in the country you’re applying to, for the full duration of the internship.
- The Bank does not sponsor work permits for Internships.
- For UK and UAE, we consider candidates requiring visa sponsorship, but in the UAE, priority will be given to UAE nationals.
- If they are required to completed mandatory National or Military service after graduation, we will accept applications from final year students.
- All Interns participating in the Internship Programme will be evaluated during the 10th week of their internship.
- Evaluations will be used in our final recruitment decisions for the Graduate Programme and other full-time roles, with an aim to provide an offer before the internship is completed.