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Spring into Banking Singapore

Spring into Banking offers the perfect opportunity to uncover what a career with Deutsche Bank is really like. We like to think of it as a mini internship, where for one week over the Spring, you will receive an insight into what it takes to succeed in our fast-paced world.

You can choose from one of the following divisions to work in – Asset Management, Finance, Human Resources, Corporate & Investment Bank: Corporate Finance, Corporate & Investment Bank: Markets, Corporate & Investment Bank: Global Transaction Banking and Group Technology & Operations.


The Program

Day 1 - You'll be exposed to different areas of the Bank, and meet people from across our business, from Analysts and Associates right through to senior management, helping you to build a professional network that will prove invaluable throughout your career.

Day 2 - The pace quickens with an introduction to what investment banking is really like. You’ll learn about how financial markets work and Deutsche Bank’s place in it all, giving you the fundamental operational knowledge you need to enter the industry.

Day 3&4 - This is when the real intensity begins as you have two days of work shadowing in your chosen division. You’ll gain unique insights into Deutsche Bank and your business area, witness live deals and be exposed to real projects.

Spring into Banking is a program that not only recognizes your talent but also rewards it. At the end of the week you will be offered a fast-track interview to our Analyst Internship Program and receive interview and application training from Human Resource professionals.

To be eligible you must be a first year student completing a three-year degree or a second-year student completing a four-year degree. You will be required to attend on a full-time basis for the duration of the program.

Spring into Banking

Spring into Banking is a one-week introduction to a career in financial services and with Deutsche Bank that takes place in the Spring. Packed with skills sessions, job shadowing and networking opportunities, it gives you a real flavour of what it takes to succeed in our world, while taking a crucial first step in your career journey.

The Program

Described by one participant as “useful, informative, eye-opening and insightful”, this is a way to fast-track your career in finance and make good contacts in the banking industry.

Your week starts with an introduction to working in banking. Led by expert trainers, you'll learn how financial markets work and get to know more about the way Deutsche Bank operates. You'll meet a variety of people, from analysts and associates right through to senior management – all of whom will help you to build a professional network that will serve you throughout your career.

You’ll be exposed to different areas of the bank, and over a couple of days will have the opportunity to shadow various desks within a division to see what goes on behind the scenes. Described as the most enjoyable and valuable aspect of our program, there will also be opportunities to practice and develop your soft skills such as networking, presenting and interviewing.

Spring into Banking is a program that not only recognizes your talent but also rewards it. At the end of the week you will gain early access to the interview process for the Analyst Internship Program.

Who Can Apply?

You'll be a first-year student completing a three-year degree or a second-year student completing a four-year degree. All degree disciplines are welcome and we’re looking for candidates who demonstrate a strong interest in working in the financial services or have a passion for technology.

Further opportunities in other countries:
Spring into Banking Singapore
Spring into Banking Germany (in German)
Spring into IT Germany (in German)

Further opportunities in other countries:
Spring into Banking UK
Spring into Banking Germany (in German)
Spring into IT Germany (in German)
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Last Update: 21. November 2013
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