Yes, we offer 10-12 week internships in Spring and Summer, as well as a 6 month rotational internship, which commences in Winter. Many of our regional offices in continental Europe offer 3-6 month internship programs year-round. In addition, we have 6-12 month industrial placements available in Finance, Operations and Technology divisions. We offer insight programs for pre-university and pre-internship students, which range from 3 days to 2 weeks over Easter. All programs can be found here.
If you apply for Investment Banking and Global Markets and you are selected for first-round interviews, you will have two (for internships) or three (for full-time positions) one-on-one interviews, which will also involve a case study. During the final round interviews, you will have four 30-minute, one-on-one interviews with senior business representatives (a banker who is vice president or above).
If you apply for Corporate Infrastructure, you will be invited to a first round interview for 45-minutes, if successful; you will be invited to an assessment centre, which comprises of a group exercise and two 45-minute competency interviews.
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Throughout the CV screening and interview process, you will be assessed on these core competencies.
We want you to do your very best at interview. So take a look at our section on interview tips. In this section, you can complete a mock interview, learn how to tackle a case study and read our guide to interview etiquette.
Yes, we will sponsor those students we offer, but the UK Home Office will ultimately make the final decision as to whether this will be granted.
Some candidates may be required to take an online test, depending on which program they are applying for. Once you have submitted your application form, you will be invited to take the test in order to complete the application process. It is recommended that you take the test within 7 days of submitting your application form. If you experience any technical problems with the online tests, click here.