Time will fly, but we’ll make sure that you’ll get all the experience you’ll need with us. No matter which business area you choose, the insight, opportunities and exposure we offer are second-to-none.
How you will develop
What will you get out of this?
From the moment you join UBS you will be supported by our welcoming Junior Talent team. They’ll be on hand throughout your internship for anything you might need, along with your line manager and buddy who will work more closely with you day-to-day within your local business area.
Over the course of the program, you will create a great network of peers through the many networking opportunities on the internship. We find out interns tend to stay in touch with one another long after their internship has concluded.
Along with the skills and relationships you will gain, you’ll get an invaluable hands-on experience of what it would be like to work at UBS as a graduate and insight into what makes us a great place to work. Finally, if you perform during on your internship with us, you can also receive an offer to join our GTP Program following your graduation!
What support will you receive?
Your Internship will start with an interactive induction program, designed to introduce you to all aspects of life at UBS. Following your induction, you’ll be enrolled in our Ready 4 Work training, technical training that is designed to prepare you for your internship role. The length and content of the training will vary depending on the business area you choose to apply to, but the training for each Internship program is specifically designed to ensure that you are fully up-to-speed with what you need to know, before you then join your team to start your internship role.
However, the support doesn’t end once you join your team. Throughout your time on the internship, you will have the opportunity to attend further interactive, informative sessions to help broaden your skill set. These can vary from Lunch & Learns with our senior leaders, to networking opportunities with colleagues from across UBS. All our sessions are designed to help you get a greater understanding and insight into UBS as an employer and to help inform your next career step following the internship.
Setting you up for success
If you are in your penultimate year of studies and have an interest in experiencing what it is like to work in one of the world’s leading financial services firms, then we would like to hear from you. We welcome applicants from every degree subject; we see this as an opportunity to find out more about you.
Explore timelines and eligibility for each hiring region.
Depending on location, our application process open at different times:
Australia: March to May
China, Hong Kong and Singapore: August to October
Japan: November to January
You may only apply for one program in one country of your choice during the same academic year. For example, if you wish to apply for the Graduate Talent Program in Global Banking, you won't be able to apply for any other program (Graduate Talent Program or internship) or area (for example Global Markets, Operations) in the APAC region.
We’re looking for students who are inquisitive, have a keen interest in the financial industry and have studied at university for at least four semesters before the internship start date.
Applications are typically accepted from February to May and are considered on a rolling basis. Please make sure you set up a job alert and apply as soon as you can.
Our application process has four stages, each designed to learn more about you and your interest in joining us.
Per hiring year, you may submit a maximum of three applications in total across all business divisions and Swiss offices.
UK and EMEA
Applications are typically accepted throughout September to December, and our summer internships all begin in June. To apply, you’ll need to be in your first undergraduate degree and on track to earn at least a 2:1.
You may only apply for one program in one country of your choice during the same academic year. For example, if you wish to apply for the Graduate Talent Program in Global Banking, you won't be able to apply for any other program (Graduate Talent Program or Internship) or area (Global Markets, Operations) in London or elsewhere in EMEA.
Applications open on various dates throughout the year. Applications are typically accepted throughout September to December, and our summer internships all begin in late June. To apply, you must be enrolled in a four-year bachelor’s degree program and have completed your sophomore year prior to the start of the internship program. A cumulative minimum GPA of 3.2 is strongly preferred. Official transcripts will be required to verify your GPA.
You may submit a maximum of three applications across all our business divisions and US regional offices during the same academic year.
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