In a changing world,

you’ll have real impact from day one.

An internship at BNP Paribas is an opportunity to not only learn and discover, but also to prove yourself capable by handling real responsibility. Whether you join us on a summer or long-term internship, you’ll do valuable work with a genuine impact on your team.

For some, our internships are a springboard to a graduate career with us; for others, they’re a way to build up skills and experience. Whatever your reasons, at BNP Paribas you’ll join a world-leading team and benefit from exceptional training in a collaborative environment. You’ll be supported by our dedicated senior managers, and you’ll also be expected to rise to the challenge.

Summer internships

Our summer internships last 10 weeks and are designed to give penultimate-year students an in-depth insight into BNP Paribas and practical experience in different teams.

Over the course of your time with us you’ll work in two different teams and work shadow countless others, gaining the exposure you need to make an informed decision about where your skills may lie. In parallel, you’ll participate in formal training, workshops, speaker series, and networking and social events. An initial week-long induction will help set you up to hit the ground running.

Our summer internships are highly competitive and challenging, so to secure a place, you’ll need to pass a rigorous selection process involving online psychometric tests and an assessment centre.

Long-term internships

Our long-term internships last between six and 11 months and are aimed at students on a placement year, or recent graduates who completed their studies less than a year ago. We recruit for these on a rolling basis throughout the year.

Long-term internships give you a detailed understanding of the investment banking sector and where you could fit in. They are a particularly useful platform for launching a long-term career with us.

We’re looking for curiosity, determination and high academic performance – but also the team spirit to help colleagues, whatever the problem or situation.

To find out more and apply, click here