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If you’re interested in working at Deutsche Bank, understanding when they have opened up applications for their graduate programs, graduate jobs and internships is helpful knowledge to have so you know when you might need to apply. Use the below information to see when Deutsche Bank hires graduates, but more importantly what graduate degree’s and other student attributes they target for their jobs.
Your future. Our future.
Joining Deutsche Bank today means joining an organisation on the brink of exciting change.
We’re looking for people who are exhilarated by that potential. Innovative, strategic thinkers who not only want to be part of our future but want to lead it. At Deutsche Bank, we’re giving you the platform to do that. You’ll be immersed from day one; making decisions, collaborating with senior managers and driving true transformation that delivers positive impact for everyone we work with.
Whatever field you’re interested in, if you have the drive and talent, you’ll find a rewarding, challenging role that matches your interests and nurtures your strengths. Our graduate and internship programmes are tailored to give you the training, opportunities and support you need – so you can build the career you want and make a real difference.
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Our programme is designed to equip you with the skills and knowledge you need to immediately add value and contribute to meeting the needs of our world-class clients. You’ll join your global classmates across all business areas for orientation where you’ll hear directly from executive board members regarding the future of the bank. Following this, best-in-class product trainers will give you an unrivalled introduction to our business and the industry. You’ll build a broad knowledge base and hone your skills through immersive classroom and online modules that are built around you, preparing you for a thriving career where you can make a difference at Deutsche Bank.
Grow your potential. Make an impact. Discover a career to look forward to at db.com/careers/graduates
There’s no better way to experience for yourself what a career at Deutsche Bank is like than through one of our internship programmes. Whether you join investment banking, technology, or another of our internships, our programmes offer responsibility from the outset, following comprehensive training. You’ll work on projects that have a real impact for our clients and gain unique insights into our bank and your area of interest. You’ll start to build the knowledge and the contacts you’ll need to succeed – and you could gain a place on our Deutsche Bank Graduate Programme.
Grow your potential. Make an impact. Discover a career to look forward to at db.com/careers/graduates
At Deutsche Bank, we’re designing and building the digital bank of the future and you could help shape that. With a strong position in Europe and a significant presence in Asia and the Americas, we’re taking a technology-first view of our business. That’s why we’re looking for innovative thinkers and curious minds to transform the bank through advanced applications, challenging programming projects and cutting-edge tech like AI and blockchain.
Our global innovation labs, Digital Factory and investment in digitalisation are paving the way for what’s next. Whether you’re interested in technical positions or more business-facing roles, when you join us, you’ll have the opportunity and flexibility to explore a variety of different areas. You’ll work with expert teams on live projects, from rapidly prototyping an app to finding new ways to connect our people across the world. Collaborating closely with users, engineering teams and stakeholders, you could turn data into powerful, business-critical insights that serve our clients and the bank.
While you’re engaged in building fintech’s future, you’ll have the tools and training to grow your skills and the opportunities to increase your network. So whether you’re working out how to move EUR trillions around the globe, pioneering algorithms that predict price shifts or developing complex quantitative trading tools, you’ll advance your career and our industry.
The future is yours to shape.
Discover a career to look forward to at db.com/careers/technology
We make an impact all over the world. Find out where you can make yours.
We’re a leading bank with international reach and are focused on creating a positive impact for our people, clients and communities. We’re leading the way on transforming banking through technology, empowering every one of our people to drive change around them and prioritizing long-term success over short-term gains.
For you, that means a career where you are in control. It means a career that could take you anywhere, where you’ll make a real difference around the world. It’s your ideas, your talent and your ambition that will lead us into the future. We have a number of divisions that are hiring, including:
- Corporate and Investment Banking: Corporate Finance; Global Markets; Global Transaction Banking
- Deutsche Wealth Management
- DWS (An integral part of Deutsche Bank and one of the world’s leading asset managers)
- Chief Regulatory Office
Visit db.com/careers/graduates to discover more.
- We recruit people from a broad range of backgrounds and universities for a wide variety of roles.
- We don’t need you to have a financial or mathematical background to work here – although obviously there are some roles where you’ll need to have strong numerical skills.
- We’re looking for entrepreneurial people who thrive best in a diverse and inclusive culture where innovation and agile thinking are abound.
- Ultimately, we hire more for aptitude and attitude than for what you know already.
- We’re looking for people who can apply themselves and perform at an exceptional level across a variety of disciplines, rather than looking for specific experience.
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Analyst, Chief Operating Office. Global Equity Trading Technology
What inspired you to join Deutsche Bank?
I came to Deutsche Bank last year as a graduate in the technology division after studying computer science at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. Nowadays, IT jobs are ubiquitous in almost every sector, and it took me a while to work out what industry I wanted to get into. I wanted to be working with smart, ambitious people on cutting-edge technologies, and make a positive impact. After a summer internship in the financial services sector, I discovered that Deutsche Bank could offer me this kind of environment and truly accelerate my learning and development as a graduate.
What’s the culture like in the Technology division?
People in Technology are extremely passionate about their work. There is a natural inquisition and fascination with technology that is shared by everyone in the division. They are true experts in their subject, and are always looking for ways to improve the technology within DB. They invite me to bring fresh, innovative ideas to the table as a graduate and are very generous with their time whenever I have questions. There is always someone to learn from, given the great diversity in cultural, education and professional background with Technology. I think this diversity is an integral part of Deutsche Bank's strong, distinctive culture.
What are the biggest intellectual challenges you’ve faced?
In an earlier rotation, our team was required to perform daily manual health checks on various applications before the market open. I worked on a project to automate these procedures using UI automation scripting technologies. I carried the project forward by discussing the areas of improvement with the team, assessing various technologies and their pros/cons, and finally bringing the project to life with the technical implementation. It was difficult initially to bring people to adopt the new automation, but in the end the project saved a lot of time and effort for my team. It was rewarding to own the project from start to finish, even as a junior.
How have you changed during your time here?
When I started I was cautious about approaching senior colleagues; I was worried that my lack of experience might show in the questions I was asking. Over the past year, I’ve built the confidence to carry conversations with senior stakeholders, and have tried to maximise my exposure to my managers by asking questions during regular catch-up sessions. Deutsche Bank being such an open environment, it has not been difficult to be active, to reach out and develop relationships with seniors.
What do you enjoy most about the graduate programme?
My favourite part is the global nature of the programme. During the orientation, hundreds of graduates from every corner of the world came together from all sorts of different backgrounds, and I had the pleasure of making friends and establishing networks across the globe. I built lasting friendships beyond the office, and have kept in close contact with many of my graduate peers. Even once I hit my desk and started the programme, I worked on projects on a global scale, and to this day work closely with my counterparts in many countries on a daily basis.
Why should someone work in tech in a bank and not for a tech firm?
Finance is a field that attracts top talent, and is where many highly motivated people choose to work. In order to keep up with competitors, banks are required to constantly innovate, and invest heavily in developing top-notch technology talent. At Deutsche Bank, you will be constantly exposed to experts in their domain and be challenged to work on meaningful IT projects. The kind of support you get in Deutsche Bank for personal development is not something you will find in most other companies.