HSBC aims to be the world's leading international bank. With around 4,400 offices in 71 countries and territories, serving more than 46 million customers, their ambition is to be where the growth is, connecting customers to opportunities and enabling businesses to thrive and economies to prosper.
HSBC recognises that the talent and diversity of its people are the foundation of its success. It hires, develops and promotes employees based on merit and provides an open, supportive and inclusive working environment. This is an organisation where everyone can be themselves and achieve their potential. HSBC is committed to building its business for the long-term by balancing social, environmental and economic considerations in the decisions it makes.
HSBC have global graduate programmes and internships in; Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, Global Private Banking or Retail Banking and Wealth Management, including Global Asset Management.
Your graduate programme journey will begin with a global discovery induction and will be followed by four 6-month rotations across the business. The bank has a strong focus on your professional and personal development; you will benefit from working with exceptional colleagues and mentors in addition to a development programme which will support you as your career progresses.
The internship programmes are an ideal way of finding out more about the organisation and gaining some valuable experience over the summer. In the UK, HSBC also offer a first year internship, which is a paid, eight week combination of Commercial Banking and Retail Banking & Wealth Management. Global Banking & Markets also run a Spring Week for those interested in learning more about our investment banking division.
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