Discover where an internship in Audit can take your career
Are you ready to explore your interest in banking and financial services? Do you want to use your analytical skills in a workplace that offers you insights and career development, before you’ve finished your degree? If you’re adaptable and a great team-player, you should apply for an Audit Internship with Lloyds Banking Group.
With over 30 million customers and a relationship with almost every household and community in the UK, Lloyds Banking Group makes a difference in the lives of millions of people. We strive to be the best bank for customers, and our Audit team helps us do this by delving into our practices, uncovering and managing risks, and advising us on ways we can improve our performance.
Join us on our 10-week paid internship, and you’ll gain great insights into our business, and develop new skills. Whether you’re based in Functional Audit or Risk Specialist Audit, you’ll have exposure to different business areas, and will learn how the Group functions as a whole.
Plus, you’ll start shaping your specialist audit methodology in an environment that supports your development. You’ll take part in masterclasses, and receive training and mentoring from experienced business leaders that will inspire you to develop as a person and a professional. It’s a rare opportunity for you to discover more about your skills, what matters to you in a career and where you’d like to work, when you graduate.
We’re interested in your unique skills and passions: any degree, any university, and all your interests. Whether a keen traveller, gym-junkie, film-buff or party planner – whatever shapes you, will shape us and our future organisation. You will however need to be in your penultimate year of study, and on track to receive a 2:2 degree or above. And, if you impress us, you could be offered a place on our Graduate Leadership Programme.
Discover what matters to you on a Lloyds Banking Group Internship Programme.
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