Our Analyst Internship Program provides you with a meaningful introduction to Deutsche Bank. It could also serve as your introduction to a thriving and lasting career. Our program is recognized as one of the best in the industry and is a key source of full-time hires for our Analyst Training Program. That's why we attract some of the most capable students from top universities.
Most internships last 8-10 weeks, although longer placements are available in some areas. During your time with us, you'll take part in classroom study and on-the-job training. This will supply you with the knowledge and experience you need to succeed in our fast-paced world.
At Deutsche Bank, an internship is a job with real responsibility. From the moment you join us, you'll be a vital member of our team. You'll focus on live projects and gain unique insights into our bank and your business area. This can include hearing from and interacting with senior leadership through our Speaker Series. Throughout the program, you'll learn first-hand how we meet the needs of clients across the world.
We'll monitor your success through formal assessments and structured feedback. In addition, a manager will guide your weekly progress. Rest assured: your development will be intensely collaborative. We'll help you forge relationships with colleagues across divisions, while a community-action teamwork day will strengthen your relationship with other interns.
What we're looking for
If you're about to head into your final year of study, our Analyst Internship Program is the perfect gateway into the Global Analyst Training Program. You'll work to realize your potential and establish yourself within our bank. We invite you to bring us your talent, fresh thinking and passion for the world of finance. To succeed long term you will need a record of outstanding academic achievement, an excellent command of English and a high level of professionalism and integrity.
Closing date for applications
Global Analyst Internship Program applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Corporate Banking & Securities: Markets & Corporate Finance and Asset Management: Friday 14th December 2012
Global Transaction Banking, Finance, Group Technology & Operations, Human Resources and Risk: Sunday 17th February 2013