| Deutsche Bank | Analyst Internship Program


Header image

Deutsche Bank - Analyst Internship Program

Available spots 50
Industry Financial Services
Functional area
  • Finance & Accounting
  • HR / Organization
  • IT
  • Operations
Starting date Jul 01, 2008
Duration 3 months
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • North America
  • Frankfurt
  • London
  • New York
  • Hongkong
  • Singapore
Language requirements English (Fluent)
Preferred study background No preference - all degree disciplines
Recruitment process
  • Online application
  • Face-to-face interview
Contact person +44 207 545 3033
Go back

Required skills

Leadership 7
Team working 7
Problem solving 7
Communication 7
Creativity 7
Commercial Awareness 7
Pressure Resistance 7
Flexibility 7
Networking 4


The key to our success is the exceptional quality of our employees. That's why our internship programs are some of the best in the industry and a key source for our full-time hires. We invest heavily in our training programs to ensure that we attract the best applicants from the top universities globally.


A world of opportunities.

Why complete an internship?
In today's competitive marketplace, recruiters look not just for academic prowess, but also for hands-on, relevant experience. As an intern you will have the opportunity to acquire the skills you need to get a head start on your chosen career. Employers responding to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Job Outlook survey were asked to rate the importance of candidate qualities and skills. The most desired were; communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills, along with motivation/initiative, honesty/integrity and a strong work ethic. An internship experience would allow you to develop proficiency in these areas, as well as content skills including administrative, analytical, coaching, management and research.

Industry exposure
During the internship program you will learn what it's really like to work in the financial services industry; gaining a unique insight and understanding that couldn't be achieved by research alone. You will learn how companies are positioned in the industry, who the big players are, as well as the latest trends or industry forecasts; knowledge which will be essential in demonstrating your commitment to a career in banking when you graduate.

A good internship will challenge you to master new skills and learn from your projects. This is best facilitated with effective management, clear goals, and evaluations during and at the end of the internship. Establishing positive relations with your supervisor will facilitate these goals. Take advantage of the training nature of internships to ask thoughtful questions and demonstrate your interest.

Networking and references
As an intern your manager will be your biggest advocate when the time comes to make graduate offers. However, networking and building strong relations with your internship supervisors, co-workers, and fellow interns is also key. These colleagues will help you learn about the "hidden" job market, advising you of opportunities on offer and the nature of the work. Even if your internship does not lead to a future placement within Deutsche Bank, with first-hand experience of the quality of your work and your enthusiasm, you may well rely on these relationships as a source of valuable recommendations or references for your next career move.

Analyst internships exist for a broad range of divisions globally.


If you are studying at a leading academic institution and seeking an internship, you are invited to apply to our global Analyst Internship Programs. The interview process differs across divisions and regions, however, it will typically commence with a first round interview and in some regions candidates may also take part in a meeting at an assessment center. This may be a panel interview and candidates may also be asked to take a numerical or diagrammatic test, or participate in a case study. Applicants will be informed of their particular interview process prior to the interview.

Although the precise timeline, number of steps and evaluation process varies somewhat across our global organization and many divisions, the standard process for most positions is as follows:

Step one:    The online application
Step two:    Face-to-face interview(s)
Step three:  Decision process followed by a Job offer
Please also note that our application timelines vary across regions and divions. For more information regrading our application process please refer to the Related Navigation.

Our interviews are competency based. This means the interviews attempt to highlight the candidate's aptitude for the positions the bank is seeking to fill. They will be asked to show how their experiences demonstrate these competencies. If there are any questions concerning this process, candidates are advised to contact their regional graduate recruitment department.

The application process for Analyst and Associate positions commences in early September. Interviews are traditionally scheduled in the subsequent two to three months. The Internship process commences in early January with interviews traditionally scheduled in the following two to three months. While we try to be as prompt with our responses to candidates as possible, the sheer volume of applicant flow can lead to some delayed responses. The online system, however, hopes to alleviate some of that for students by enabling applications to be tracked online if they are unable to get in contact with a recruiting representative directly.