Whatever your background or interests, and whether you want to gain work experience or write a thesis, with more than 500 internship vacancies per year, there is sure to be a suitable internship for you!
Would you like to come into contact with customers and do you like to carry out risk analyses? Then you can think of an internship at Private Banking. Would you like to graduate from doing a Master's degree in, for example, Computer Science or Artificial Intelligence? Then there are plenty of interesting challenges waiting for you within our Innovation or I&T teams. We still have a world to gain on many fronts, and your critical and fresh view is appreciated.
With us you are not just another intern, but you fully participate in the team like any other colleague. You get a lot of responsibility, but we also expect some proactivity in return. Of course we provide you with proper guidance and through Club ABN AMRO Stagiaires (CASt), the association for interns of ABN AMRO, you can attend various activities to get to know the bank and your fellow interns better.
With more than 17.000 colleagues, we work every day to realize ABN AMRO’s strategy. As an intern you also contribute to this. We are a personal bank in a digital age. We use digital services and data to support our customer during the important moments in their lives. Our overarching goal is to accelerate the transition to sustainability. We are convinced that all our customers will have to deal with this transition at some point in the upcoming years. That is why we make sustainability an integral part of our services.
'Although most of my fellow interns usually start the day by getting out of bed and turning on their laptop at home, I'm lucky enough to start with a short bike ride to the office in Groningen. As an intern at the Corporate Bank, the nightly emails and the morning news demand my first attention. Without much hesitation, I immediately dive into my assignments, which usually go hand in hand with each other. Setting the right priorities and communicating effectively with my colleagues and supervisors are the keys to success. Right after lunch, I attend client meetings and help senior bankers keep track of what has been discussed. I use the remaining time to get to know new people and to lobby for more tasks and assignments. In this way I get the most out of my internship.'