Do you live in Germany with a granted refugee status? You are planning to study or are currently studying economics or IT here? You are highly interested in the financial sector and would like to expand your network amongst your peers and financial experts? Then have a closer look at our Banking Introductory Programme for Refugees.
In four short sessions, you can learn all about Germany’s working environment. You can gain interesting insights into the financial industry in general and Deutsche Bank in particular. And, last but not least, benefit from the personal career advice and find out how to start a professional career in Germany – perhaps even at Deutsche Bank as an intern or trainee.
What it’s all about
Our Banking Introductory Programme for Refugees consists of four continuous sessions. Each session takes two days and ends with compulsory homework for the next
The programme is open to 60 participants and will be held in Frankfurt. Deutsche Bank will pay for your trip and accommodation during your stay in Frankfurt.
Applications for the October programme can be submitted from June 4. Since selection interviews are held on an ongoing basis, it makes sense to apply early.
We are looking for you if …
you live in Germany with a granted refugee status
you are currently studying economics or IT in Germany or you can prove having studied these subjects in your home country and that you want to proceed here
you have very good English language skills (at least B2). A good command of the German language would be an asset.
Are you interested?